Right Wing N.A.T.O. Military PsyOps

Psychological Operations
Psychological operations (PSYOP) are planned operations to convey selected information and indicators to audiences to influence their emotions, motives, and objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of governments, organizations, groups, and individuals. The purpose of United States psychological operations is to induce or reinforce behavior favorable to U.S. objectives. They are an important part of the range of diplomatic, informational, military, and economic activities available to the U.S. They can be utilized during both peacetime and conflict. There are three main types of psychological operations: strategic, operational, and tactical. Strategic PSYOP include informational activities conducted by the U.S. government agencies outside of the military arena, though many utilize Department of Defense (DOD) assets. Operational PSYOP are conducted across the range of military operations, including during peacetime, in a defined operational area to promote the effectiveness of the joint force commander’s (JFC) campaigns and strategies. Tactical PSYOP are conducted in the area assigned to a tactical commander across the range of military operations to support the tactical mission against opposing forces.
United States PSYOP units and soldiers of all branches of the military are prohibited by law from targeting U.S. citizens with PSYOP within the borders of the United States (Executive Order S-1233, DOD Directive S-3321.1, and National Security Decision Directive 130).

C.I.A. Connections of White Nationalist / Alternative Right Leaders

William Regnery’s C.I.A. Connections
Richard Spencer’s C.I.A. Connections
Mike Enoch’s C.I.A. Connections
Jared Taylor’s C.I.A. Connections
William Johnson’s C.I.A. Connections
Don Black’s C.I.A. Connections
David Duke’s C.I.A. Connections
Jeff Rense’s C.I.A. Connections
Alex Jones’ C.I.A. Connections

White Identity Politics as Jewish / Zionist Psychological Operations

The White Nationalism Jewish PSYOP
The White Nationalism Zionist PSYOP

White Nationalist / Alternative Right Leaders’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Afrikaner Resistance Movement’s Connections to the South African Department of Defence (D.O.D.) and South African Police (S.A.P.)

America First Committee’s Connections to the U.S. Department of War (D.A.W.)

Antipodean Resistance’s Connections to the Australian Department of Defence (D.O.D.)

Theodore Anderson’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Andrew Anglin’s Covert Mission in Mindanao, Philippines for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

The rain poured off the thatched roof of Anglin’s bamboo hut. Outside, tropical ferns shook with water. He’d arrived in the jungle, but it had been a winding journey. After leaving Columbus, he’d meandered through Asia until he reached the Philippines. He’d been reading Joseph Campbell, the writer famous for his work on mythology, and thinking about how to forge his own heroic narrative.
Anglin wanted a tribe—a real one. And he’d been looking. He hiked into the mountains with boys who carried drinking water in plastic Monsanto fertilizer jugs and went to Manila to find squatter villages where people “drink from sewers.” He explored the island of Mindanao on a moped and posed for selfies wearing a wry expression, a Marlboro hanging from his lips or tucked behind his ear. In one video he made, he stood shirtless on a beach describing the horrors of deforestation.

Then, on one of his forays from Davao, Anglin found his tribe. In 2011, he spent several weeks in a small village in southern Mindanao among the T’boli people, who live around mountain lakes covered in lotus blossoms. The T’boli are known for their traditional music, dance, beadwork, and weaving. “Their life was all so beautiful and amazing,” Anglin said on one of his podcasts.
Here was his return to nature. Anglin reported being about a day’s journey from electricity. Everything in the forest had spiritual significance for the T’boli. Each time Anglin crossed a stream, for example, he rubbed a wet stone across his face, hands, and feet to ask for guidance from the water spirit, which always knew the path through the forest. “I love these people,” Anglin said after a trial run in the jungle.
Anglin emerged with a plan: He would return to the jungle, build his own hut, and exist “completely outside of the system.” He would live with the T’boli at first, but he hoped to push even deeper into the mountains in search of Muslim tribes and “people that are still fighting with spears, killing miners and loggers.” He would also, counterintuitively, launch a website called Reality Situation to chronicle his new off-the-grid life. He put his belongings up for sale to raise cash for a horse, chickens, and ducks. There was a messianic zeal to his plan. “I’m going to do it,” he told another truther. “I’m going to live without money. And I’m going to set up a community that does the same. And I’m going to video tape it.”
Anglin launched Reality Situation in January 2012, before heading back into the jungle. He was reading about UFOs and downloading paranormal podcasts. He was still obsessed with brain-chipping and TV mind control, fake moon landings and satanic sex rituals. His vision of a rainforest utopia was no less unhinged.
“Colonel Kurtz meets Travis Bickle” is how Edward described his friend’s mind-set around this time. “He was going to go back to the jungle to be the white savior and teach everybody how to grow crops properly.” And according to Edward, Anglin had another motivation: “He was going out there to marry two 16-year-old Muslim girls. He’d already met them and was buying them livestock for the dowry.”
For the next six months, Anglin all but disappeared from the internet. In May 2012, he put up a lone post on Reality Situation in which he said he was planting trees, developing sustainable farming, and educating children about the dangers of Christianity and capitalism. Then he vanished again.
What happened to him in the jungle is a mystery. He later said he’d drunk too much of a “strong coconut wine” and “began to feel deeply depressed and alone.” His fanciful notion of “picking fruit and hunting wild boar” and being treated like a hero was, he realized, a “romantic fantasy.” Again, he blamed others for his failure. This time it was the Filipinos’ fault.
“Their minds were as primitive as their mode of living,” Anglin wrote, declaring that only among the “European race” would he feel at home. “It is only they who share my blood, and can understand my soul.”
Edward saw him one last time, back in Davao. Anglin seemed transformed. He’d shaved his head and was dressed in a street-tough style, with a white tank top and baggy jeans. He was angry, especially about the subject of race-mixing. He also had a gun.
Anglin told Edward that the tribe had rejected him. “They’re a bunch of idiots,” Anglin said. “Monkeys.”
He shut down Reality Situation, left the Philippines, and, after a stint in China, returned to Ohio. In December 2012, he launched a new site called Total Fascism, an earnest precursor to The Daily Stormer. “From the flaming wreckage of the alleged Truth Movement,” Anglin wrote, “a group of people has begun to emerge … We have found the truth. We have found the light. We have found Adolf Hitler.”

The Central Intelligence Agency has been active in the Philippines almost since the agency’s creation. The CIA was founded in 1947 and first played a major role in the Philippines three years later.[1] The presence of U.S. military bases in the Philippines made it highly accessible to the agency. During this time the CIA ran many covert operations in the country, and also employed it as a base to launch actions against other countries. The agency had supply, training, and logistical centers on multiple Philippine islands. After their successful counterinsurgency against the Hukbalahap, the CIA reused this model in both Vietnam and Latin America. The CIA deployed psychological warfare in the Philippines as well as force.[2]
The Philippines, formally titled the Republic of the Philippines, is an archipelago state off the coast of southeast Asia. It is located due west of Vietnam, between the Philippine Sea and South China Sea. It is the main “US imperial power [base] in Southeast Asia,” according to Roland G. Simbulan of the University of the Philippines.[3] There are credible allegations that the CIA has operated in support of the pro-American oligarchy in the Philippines, and uses its resources to advance the interests of American corporations such as Ford, Nike, and Coca-Cola. The Filipino counterpart to the CIA is the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA), with which it cooperates.

CIA, FBI, Aussie Agents Operating in South — AFP
January 24, 2007 · 6:15 pm
By Edith Regalado
The Philippine Star 01/20/2007
DAVAO CITY — Several American and Australian intelligence agents are in Mindanao to monitor terrorist activities, military sources here claimed yesterday.
“Mindanao is crawling with CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and even Australian federal agents,” a source told The STAR.
The source, who asked not to be named, said aside from the US Special Forces deployed in Zamboanga and assisting in Sulu, foreign intelligence agents are also helping track down Abu Sayyaf and Jemaah Islamiyah militants. The foreign agents pose as tourists, businessmen, consultants or even treasure hunters.
Meanwhile, in Washington, the director of the CIA praised the Philippines on Thursday for its fight against terrorists, saying the country’s government and military have worked closely with the United States to decrease the threat from extremists.
The American and Australian agents in Mindanao were the alleged source of the intelligence reports that were reportedly the basis of the travel advisories issued by their respective governments prohibiting their citizens from traveling to certain parts of the island because of terrorist threats.
“The perception that some parts of Mindanao have become breeding grounds of the terrorists has brought these (foreign) agents to the island,” the source said.
Lt. Gen. Eugenio Cedo, Armed Forces Western Mindanao Command (Wesmincom) chief, confirmed that at least two FBI agents are now working in the area.
Cedo, who is based in Zamboanga City, arrived here Thursday for a meeting with officials of the Eastern Mindanao Command (Easmincom) regarding the joint operations against the Abu Sayyaf.
“They were the two (FBI agents) who paid me a courtesy call. But as to the others, they have not coordinated with my office, so I do not know about them and their movements if indeed they’re here,” Cedo said.
He explained that the two FBI agents would only come in whenever an Abu Sayyaf member or a suspected terrorist is killed.
FBI agents were recently sent to Sulu to get DNA samples from a corpse believed to be that of Abu Sayyaf chieftain Khadaffy Janjalani.
Abu Sayyaf rebels who have turned themselves in led government troops to the location where Janjalani was buried, after the Abu Sayyaf leader was allegedly killed during an encounter with government troops last year in Patikul, Sulu.
Army special forces also killed Abu Sayyaf spokesman Jainal Antel Sali Jr., alias Abu Solaiman, during a firefight in Talipao, Sulu last Tuesday.
The US Embassy in Manila remained mum over reports on the presence of FBI and CIA agents in Mindanao.
Press Attaché Matthew Lussenhop declined yesterday to confirm the reported arrival of FBI and CIA agents with their Australian counterparts in Mindanao for assessment of the government’s campaign against terrorism.
“No. I couldn’t confirm that,” Lussenhop said in a telephone interview.
He added that US servicemen are in Mindanao taking part in development projects of the US Agency for International Development (USAID).
The US was one of the foreign governments that issued travel advisories warning of terror attacks prior to the postponement of the 12th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Cebu in December last year.
The Australian Embassy in Manila also issued a travel advisory last Jan. 10 that identified nine areas in Mindanao as likely targets of bombings.
Australian Minister for Trade Warren Truss said that the travel advisory issued by the embassy following the recent bombings in Mindanao was his government’s obligation to its citizens.
Truss, who participated in the ASEAN Summit in Cebu last week, added that Australia has been helping and supporting the Philippines’ campaign against terrorism.
Australia cited credible reports that terrorists are planning attacks against a range of targets, including places frequented by foreigners.
The Australian government is currently negotiating a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) with the Philippines and hopes to finalize it soon and have the defense accord ratified by the Philippine Senate before the May elections.
Philippines-ASEAN National Organizing Committee chairman Marciano Paynor Jr. said that the bombings in General Santos, Cotabato and Kidapawan cities were isolated from the ASEAN Summit venue in Cebu.
Paynor said the venues for the Cebu Summit were all safe and secure and the leaders arrived as scheduled.
The government condemned the bombings, saying they were an act of terrorism that the ASEAN leaders would be addressing in Cebu.
The leaders adopted the historic ASEAN Convention on Counter Terrorism, a crucial tool in the region’s collective war against terror.
Cedo said the FBI agents in Mindanao are investigating the reported killings of Abu Sayyaf bandits.
“They (FBI) investigate also,” Cedo said.
The CIA, FBI and Australian agents also reportedly conduct their own investigations when bombings and similar attacks occur in the South.
Significant contriibution
CIA Director Michael Hayden told lawmakers that the US-Philippines cooperation has contributed greatly to strengthening the capacity of the Philippine Armed Forces and the security services.
“In terms of what intelligence and military power can do, it’s done in this part of the global war against terror,” Hayden said at the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee hearing.
Rep. Todd Tiahrt said the US has “trained the Philippine military, and we’ve given them tools necessary to make that country safer and this is a success story.”
Lt. Gen. Rodolfo Obaniana, Easmincom chief, said he does not know of any CIA, FBI or Australian agent working in his area of responsibility.
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said Australian federal agents have coordinated with him.
Duterte, who is President Arroyo’s presidential adviser on peace and order and security issues, said he also received field reports regarding the presence of CIA and FBI agents in Davao City. “They did not get in touch with me,” he said.
Sources said sometimes the presence of foreign agents creates conflicts with the job of local intelligence agents.
“The problem is there are times that these agents tend to overshoot their mandate and meddle in our jobs in our very own territory and those are times that we make it clear to them that they have to stop at certain points. We have to draw the line,” the source said.
The source said some of the foreign agents are braggarts who look down on their local counterparts.
“Whether we like it or not, it is clear that the Americans are here in Mindanao to protect their interest and their interest alone,” the same source said.
But Cedo welcomed the presence of the American troops in Sulu since the US forces have made the operations against the Abu Sayyaf group easier.
“The Americans have helped a lot not only in supporting us in the combat operations but also in the medical and civic work in Sulu,” Cedo said.
He said life in Sulu is now a lot better than before the Americans arrived.
“It is a two-pronged approach, while there is combat operation against the Abu Sayyaf, the American and the Filipino forces have also jointly undertaken civic and medical missions that helped the lives of those in Sulu,” Cedo said.
He explained that the Americans have not only constructed school buildings and roads but they have also donated computers to the residents and installed local water system.
“Somehow, whatever it is, the AFP will benefit from the cooperation with the American forces as we shall soon have whatever is included in the release of the P10-billion military modernization package,” Cedo said.
He described the joint operations with the American forces in Sulu as an “add-on” to the modernization program. – Pia Lee-Brago, AP

Andrew Anglin’s Role-Playing Persona

At times while tracking Anglin, I couldn’t help but feel that he was a method actor so committed and demented, on such a long and heavy trip, that he’d permanently lost himself in his role. I thought of a quote from Kurt Vonnegut: “We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.”

The Daily Stormer is a Performance Art Project and the Andrew Anglin Who Writes for It is a Character I Have Invented

I am not a “Neo-Nazi White Supremacist.” In fact, I do not even know what that is.

Though we share the same name, the Andrew Anglin who appears on the site is not me but a character that I have created,

As an actual human being, I do not resemble the character of Andrew Anglin which, with the enthusiastic assistance of the media and groups such as the SPLC, I have created for the Daily Stormer.

Andrew Anglin’s Bizarre Personal History

But Anglin could be unpredictable. Three classmates described one high school gathering where Anglin repeatedly slammed his head into the sidewalk in front of the house where the party was taking place. Similarly, the walls of Anglin’s childhood bedroom were dotted with indentations, owing to a predilection for slamming his head into things when lashing out, according to multiple friends.
After high school, biographical details on Anglin grow hazy. He took classes at Columbus State Community College in 2003, and, at age 23, he moved to the Philippines, where he taught English and spent a few years bouncing around Southeast Asia.

When Anglin entered the Linworth Alternative Program, Columbus’s “hippie” high school, as a freshman in 1999, other students found him a quiet, insecure kid who craved attention and wanted to fit in. A declared atheist, he styled his reddish hair in dreadlocks and favored jeans with 50-inch leg openings. He often wore a hoodie with a large fuck racism patch on the back.

He also got deeply into drugs, according to half a dozen people who knew him at the time. He did LSD at school or while wandering through the scenic Highbanks Metro Park, north of the city. He took ketamine, ate psychedelic mushrooms, and snorted cocaine on weekends. He chugged Robitussin, and “robo tripped” so much that he damaged his stomach and would vomit into trash cans at school.

At home, Anglin spent hours in his parents’ basement downloading music and visiting early Flash-animation sites. According to Cameron Loomis, a former friend, Anglin’s favorite online destination was Rotten.com, which collected images of mangled corpses, deformities, and sexual perversions.
Anglin set up his own website, for a fake record label called “Andy Sucks! Records” that he used to dupe bands into sending him demo tapes. Here, his leftist leanings were on full display: He wrote posts encouraging people to send the Westboro Baptist Church death threats from untraceable accounts, and he mocked the Ku Klux Klan and other racist organizations. He wasn’t so different, back then, from the antifascist activists who would one day protest outside his dad’s office.
But people who knew Anglin in high school told me that, for reasons that were unclear, his behavior became erratic and frightening sometime around the beginning of his sophomore year at Linworth. Visitors to his house saw holes in his bedroom walls, and they knew that when he was upset, he would smash his head into things. Several recall an episode at a party: Anglin burst out crying after Alison drunkenly kissed someone else, then ran outside and bashed his head on the sidewalk over and over.
He harmed himself in other ways, too. He tried to tattoo the name of his favorite band, Modest Mouse, on his upper arm but gave up after two and a half letters, leaving him with moI etched on his skin. He stretched his earlobes by jamming thick marker caps into piercing holes until they dripped blood. He claimed to feel no pain and used lighters to melt the flesh on the inside of his forearms. He provoked people into assaulting him but never fought back, instead laughing as the blows fell. Two kids beat him into a gutter once. Anglin just lay there until they stopped, out of pity and confusion.
Former friends recall that Anglin’s parents seemed blind to their son’s alarming behavior. And while he could be tender toward his younger siblings, Chelsey and Mitch, and loyal to his friends, he also had a sadistic side. Alison (who asked that her last name be withheld from this article) told me that during Anglin’s sophomore year, she called him, distraught: She said she’d passed out at a party and been raped by a friend’s older brother. She needed compassion and support, but Anglin just laughed and broke up with her.
“You’re a slut,” she remembers him saying.
Several girls Anglin had gotten to know at another high school began calling her house at all hours of the night, according to Alison and other sources. “You deserved it,” they’d say. “You slut.” Alison says the abuse went on for weeks, as Anglin showed friends a video he’d made of them having sex.
After the breakup, Dan Newman, another friend at the time, remembers Anglin once bashing his head into the walls of his bedroom in such a frenzy that his mother had to call the police. Several classmates told me that Anglin didn’t date again in high school and sometimes tried to kiss other boys, including one black student he especially liked. Whether this behavior was authentic experimentation or just for shock value, it’s notable in light of the extreme homophobia Anglin has since expressed on The Daily Stormer and elsewhere. He has advocated, for instance, throwing gays off buildings, isis-style.
By Anglin’s junior year, Greg and Katie’s marriage had come undone. People who knew Katie back then described her to me as a browbeaten woman who lived in fear of her husband. A person who was close to one of Greg’s former clients, along with two Columbus pastors familiar with Greg’s work as a counselor, told me that Greg got involved emotionally, and sometimes sexually, with his female clients. Court documents related to his divorce support this claim: A former client is identified as his girlfriend. Greg would later make her a partner in his counseling practice. (Neither of Anglin’s parents responded to requests for comment.)

Anglin threw himself into this world after high school as he drove around the country, listening to truthers and living out of his Honda Civic. In 2004, he spent a night in jail in Santa Barbara, California, after being arrested for drunk driving. When he returned to Columbus after months on the road, he enrolled at Ohio State University to study English, but dropped out after one semester. In early 2006, he was arrested near campus for two minor drug offenses. (He pleaded guilty to one charge; the other was dismissed.)

In March 2007, Anglin published his first post about Donald Trump, highlighting a video clip from a 2000 roast of Rudy Giuliani. In the video, the then-mayor is dressed in drag and sprays perfume on his fake breasts. Trump shoves his face into Giuliani’s chest. Anglin labeled them both “fags” and wrote that Giuliani must be having a “twisted homosexual transvestite affair with Donald Trump.”

As Anglin’s prospects narrowed, his worldview got even bleaker. In February 2008, he was arrested for driving while impaired and spent 10 days in jail, according to court records.

Edward thought Anglin was fun and intelligent, with excellent taste in music. Edward had once run a small music-distribution business, but Anglin still introduced him to new bands, such as the Felice Brothers. Yet there was something off about Anglin, who said he wasn’t going back to the United States. “He was running away, clearly,” Edward told me. But from what? Edward recalls Anglin claiming that he’d been trafficking cocaine back home. “I honestly thought that’s why he’d left America,” he said.
Edward told me that Anglin acted like he was smarter than everyone else, and in a country where young white men are “treated in a godly way,” Anglin’s ego only grew. He had a complex about being short—he claims to be 5 foot 7, but several people I talked with put his height closer to 5 foot 4. In Davao, however, Anglin hit on every pretty young Filipina he saw and had success with many of them, sometimes taking advantage of their hope that an American husband could be an exit from poverty. Most of these girls were 18 or 19 years old, but Edward says some were younger. He remembers Anglin once picking up a 14-year-old in a bar and bringing her back to the Sampaguita to spend the night.
Yet Anglin was troubled by the ways Western society seemed to have degraded Filipino culture—he despised Christian missionaries and was appalled to see Filipinos listening to Lady Gaga instead of traditional music. “You see the way white people—and it is white people—went around the whole world … and fucked everybody,” he said in a podcast he recorded at the time. “I think the white race should be bred out.” He voiced similar sentiments in other podcasts.

“Colonel Kurtz meets Travis Bickle” is how Edward described his friend’s mind-set around this time. “He was going to go back to the jungle to be the white savior and teach everybody how to grow crops properly.” And according to Edward, Anglin had another motivation: “He was going out there to marry two 16-year-old Muslim girls. He’d already met them and was buying them livestock for the dowry.”

I was staying near the old Exile bar, once the premier leather joint in Columbus and an early moneymaker for the Anglin family. The Exile was one of two gay bars that had been owned by Anglin’s uncle Todd until he died of aids, after which Greg took over. The bars continued to stage foam parties and fetish nights while Greg, according to two sources, performed gay conversion therapy at his counseling practice. Greg had amassed a sizable, if shabby, real-estate portfolio in town, and I visited several of his properties, trying, unsuccessfully, to locate his neo-Nazi son.

Chelsey Anglin’s Covert Mission in Juticalpa, Honduras for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

We are thrilled to announce the coming of the two newest members of the St. Andrew’s staff; Ms. Chelsey Anglin and Mr. Kevin Beesley! Chelsey has been called as the Minister of Children, Youth, and Families at St. Andrew’s, and Kevin will be officially placed at St. Andrew’s for his two-year residency after graduation from seminary! Chelsey begins on May 1 and Kevin begins on July 1.
Chelsey Anglin is a Columbus native who is happy to call this fine city home once again after living in North Carolina, Honduras, and Mexico. After graduating from Worthington Kilbourne, she attended Elon University in North Carolina where she received a BA in International Studies. Her passion for working with children led her to Juticalpa, Honduras where she served for three years as the Assistant Bilingual Director at a small Catholic school in a rural community. Despite the occasional wish that God had called her to a location with reliable electricity and paved roads, she saw her faith grow during this time and experienced for the first time the overwhelming joy that comes from a commitment to advancing the kingdom.
After several years of life in Latin America, Chelsey was happy to settle in the Buckeye State in 2014. Here she has continued her work with children as a youth counselor at a faith-based non-profit and became active in children’s and student ministries at a small Presbyterian church. The community at Bethel Presbyterian supported her as she followed God’s calling to enhance and bring new programing to the youth and families there, and stands behind her as she prepares for her next role, the Minister of Children, Youth, and Families at St. Andrew’s. Chelsey appreciated the warm welcome she received when she visited the church and greatly enjoyed the opportunity to get to know the children and teens of St. Andrew’s. She feels very blessed to have the opportunity to share Christ’s love as a member of this passionate, dedicated community.

Andrew Anglin’s Father Gregory Anglin’s Assets

Andrew Anglin’s Uncle Jeffrey Anglin’s Assets

According to the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals, from mid-2005 through 2007, Andrew Anglin’s father Greg Anglin owned Exile, one of Columbus, Ohio’s most popular gay bars. Before that, the property at 893 N. Fourth St, Columbus, Ohio was owned by the trust of Andrew Anglin’s late uncle, Todd Anglin, a venerated figure in the history of gay Columbus who died of AIDS-related illness in 2002.
This seems dodgy. It would be one thing if Andrew Anglin’s father inherited the property, but he didn’t. He bought it from a trustee five years after Andrew Anglin’s uncle’s death. Why? And why did he own this gay bar for nearly two and a half years time? Surely, Andrew Anglin must have known about it. After all, Andrew Anglin’s father is the registered owner of the Daily Stormer website domain and Andrew Anglin gives his father’s business address whenever he asks for donations from Daily Stormer readers.

Atomwaffen Division’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

  • The co-founders of Atomwaffen Division, Brandon Russell and Devon Arthurs, first encountered each other in Tinychat’s Third Position, an internet chatroom sponsored by the American Freedom Party, a C.I.A political front operated by covert C.I.A. officers William Johnson, James Edwards, Paul Fromm, James Kelso, Kevin MacDonald, and Tom Sunic. The Tinychat Third Position internet chatroom was also affiliated with covert C.I.A. officers Adrian Krieg, William French (“Bill Warner”), and Devin Saucier (“Henry Wolff”), the second ranking employee of American Renaissance, a C.I.A. political front owned and operated by covert C.I.A. officer Jared Taylor.

The first formation of ideas that spawned Atomwaffen didn’t start on Iron March as many cite, but actually on a Tinychat server dedicated to Third Position politics.
In this old screen shot you can even see Brandon Russell, the founder of Atomwaffen Division, on the far right on the top row, using the name “Odin”. Odin is also his Atomwaffen alias. He’s now in prison after getting caught with homemade explosives and radioactive isotopes in his basement.

National socialism was a frequent topic of conversation on politically themed Minecraft servers. It was “edgy” to call yourself a fascist, says one of Devon’s gamer friends, Nero. Some people took the ideology further, using Minecraft and other gaming platforms as a gateway into the larger far-right underground. One denizen of this world was Brandon Russell, whose explorations into the darker corners of the Internet led him from 4chan and Daily Stormer into a national socialist Tinychat room loosely sponsored by the American Third Position Party, or A3P, recently renamed the American Freedom Party.
Third Position, which draws from the European neo-fascist movement of the same name, was formed during the early days of the Tea Party, and was backed by some of the leading white nationalists in the United States. Its six-man board includes Kevin B. McDonald, a former psychology professor at California State University, Long Beach, whom the SPLC calls “the neo-Nazi movement’s favorite academic.” The group’s leader, Los Angeles attorney William Johnson, has advocated for a constitutional amendment to deport immigrants and nonwhites from the U.S., notably those with any “ascertainable trace of Negro blood.” When I spoke to Johnson on the phone, he told me A3P had always made an effort to recruit young people online. Nathan Damigo, who created the white-nationalist campus group Identity Evropa, also helmed A3P’s National Youth Front. “The end goal of recruitment,” Johnson said in a 2015 interview, “is to make them nationalists and racially conscious.”

Online, Brandon adopted a new and more heroic identity. He called himself “Odin,” after the warrior god of Norse mythology. Older members of /pol/ viewed him as “completely harmless” and “intolerably autistic.” But he impressed younger kids with his “hypermasculine persona” and knowledge of radioactive material (he’d been collecting small amounts of thorium since the 10th grade). Devon met Brandon in a Third Position live chat and they soon became inseparable, joining the same online communities, where several friends recall that at various times they seemed unhinged, playing around with handguns in video chats while arguing about international fascism. “Odin will ‘sperg out one day,” predicted one online friend. “He’s a ticking time bomb.”
Gradually, Brandon and Devon were drawn into the larger white-nationalist ecosystem, where celebrated figures like Auernheimer or the Danish white nationalist and Third Position moderator “Natural Selector” served as brand ambassadors to increasingly extreme communities. It was Natural Selector, Brandon later said, who led him to Iron March, a “global fascist community” with about 1,600 members. “I am Odin!” he announced on his first visit to the site, in March 2014.

Andrew Oneschuk and Jeremy Himmelman had been living in Tampa, Florida, for two weeks when, on Friday, May 19th, 2017, their roommate Devon Arthurs picked up an AK-47 rifle and shot them at close range. Oneschuk had just turned 18. Himmelman was 22. They’d been staying in a lush gated community near the University of South Florida, in a two-bedroom, terra-cotta condo rented by their fourth roommate, 21-year-old Brandon Russell, a rich kid from the Bahamas who worked at a gun shop and served in the Florida National Guard. Oneschuk, a prep-school dropout, was hoping to become a Navy SEAL. Himmelman also considered the military, though he was more of a drifter. Eighteen-year-old Arthurs, a pale, freckled kid who sometimes called himself “Khalid,” was unemployed and spent most of his time playing video games. All four had met one another online, in forums and chat rooms popular with the more extreme segment of the so-called alt-right.

Nonetheless, Andrew often seemed miserable – anger was “his default emotion,” his older sister, Emily, later tells me. He attended two different private schools, each of which he hated. Team sports didn’t interest him. Neither did most of his peers. “The antithesis of what Andrew wanted to be was a white suburban prep-school kid,” says Emily, who now serves as a junior officer in the Navy. “I think we were both looking for adventure, something bigger and more interesting.”
Like Emily and his father, a former Navy pilot, Andrew wanted a military career. In grade school, he pored over stories of the French Foreign Legion. At 12, he started collecting pins belonging to the Spetsnaz, the Russian Special Forces. The next year, he became obsessed with the German Wehrmacht, whose weapons and uniforms he painstakingly memorized. One day he went online and ordered a replica SS jacket – he liked the “aesthetic,” he said.
Emily believes that some of her brother’s problems stem from their father’s absence – in 2010, when Andrew was entering middle school, Walt, an engineer who served in the Navy Reserve, deployed to Iraq for a year, followed by a lengthy stint shuttling back and forth to Afghanistan as a contractor. “That’s when Andrew began to warp,” she says. Crushed by his father’s absence, he lashed out at Chris. “It was a rough situation without Walter there,” says Chris’ close friend Anita Roman.

By freshman year, Andrew was spending most of his time secluded on the third floor of the house, chatting online. He seemed to be active on various forums for Airsoft, a paramilitary game that attracts mostly white men from the U.S. and Europe, some of them soldiers, others who would like to be. Russia, in particular, has a thriving Airsoft community, which largely promotes itself through YouTube. “Andrew watched tons of YouTube videos,” Emily says.
Before long, he had an account on the Russian social-networking site VK, a central platform for Ukrainian separatists looking for idealistic recruits. Andrew, who was one-eighth Ukrainian, took to the cause, chatting with fighters and their allies. He began formulating a plan to join the Azov Battalion, a notoriously brutal band of international fighters helping in the resistance against the Russians. In January 2015, Andrew bought a fake passport and a one-way ticket to Kiev. The day before he was set to leave, having packed his camping gear and arranged for a limousine to Logan Airport, he casually told his mother on the way home from school, “I think I’m going to go to Ukraine.”

Brandon took this to heart. In an October 2015 post on Iron March, “Odin” announced the formation of Atomwaffen Division, which had been “at least 3 years” in the making. “We are a very fanatical, ideological band of comrades who do both activism and military training,” he wrote. No “keyboard warriors,” he added. “If you don’t want to meet up and get things done don’t bother.”

They covered their faces with skull masks and wore paramilitary uniforms to pose with Airsoft guns, or, as would increasingly be the case, actual assault rifles.

Brandon, meanwhile, had joined the Florida National Guard. White-supremacist and neo-Nazi groups encourage their members to join the military, notes Matthew Kennard, author of Irregular Army, seeing it as free training for the “RaHoWa” – racial holy war. Brandon had penned long blog posts on the need for military and survivalist training. In June 2016, he emerged from boot camp “different,” recalls a longtime friend. The two hadn’t spoken much during the previous year, but by the time they reconnected that summer, Brandon had taken to playing World War II-era martial music in his car and wearing a T-shirt that read Auschwitzland in Walt Disney script. He also seemed consumed with Atomwaffen, though “as far as I was concerned, it was just Brandon and a bunch of edgy teenagers taking themselves too seriously on the Internet,” the friend says. “Maybe I should have taken it more seriously.”

“You know the Holocaust never happened,” Brandon told Alyssa, who recalls that he wore his military fatigues. The two men had scrawled swastikas on the walls with a fire extinguisher. “Please just get them out of the house,” Alyssa begged her brother. “I don’t want them here.”

Both Andrew and Jeremy dedicated themselves to change. Jeremy stopped drinking and moved in with Katie. He talked about joining the military. “Just lose like 45 lbs my man,” Andrew texted.

  • Ranks of Notorious Hate Group Include Active-Duty Military
    A Marine took part in the violent assaults in Charlottesville last summer and later bragged about it online with other members of Atomwaffen, an extremist group preparing for a race war. The involvement of current or former service members — often with sophisticated weapons training — in white supremacist groups has long been a concern.

At the end of the weekend that shocked much of the country, Pistolis returned to his everyday life: serving in the U.S. Marine Corps.

But a number are current or former members of the U.S. military. ProPublica and Frontline have identified three Atomwaffen members or associates who are currently employed by the Army or Navy. Another three served in the armed forces in the past. Pistolis, who remains an active-duty Marine, left Atomwaffen in a dispute late in 2017 and joined up with another white supremacist group. Reporters made the identifications through dozens of interviews, a range of social media and other online posts, and a review of the 250,000 confidential messages obtained earlier this year.
Joshua Beckett, who trained Atomwaffen members in firearms and hand-to-hand combat last fall, served in the Army from 2011 to 2015, according to service records. Online, Beckett, 26, has said that he worked as a combat engineer while in the army. Combat engineers are the army’s demolitions experts.
In Atomwaffen chats, Beckett, using the handle Johann Donarsson, said he was building assault rifles and would happily construct weapons for his fellow members. “Give me the parts and the receiver and I’ll get it all together for you,” Beckett wrote in August 2017.
Beckett also wrote about suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of combat in Afghanistan, and how his time in uniform caused him to radically revise his political beliefs, prompting him to abandon mainstream conservatism in favor of National Socialism.
In online discussions, Beckett encouraged Atomwaffen members to enlist in the military, so as to become proficient in the use of weaponry, and then turn their expertise against the U.S. government, which he believed to be controlled by a secret cabal of Jews.
“The army itself woke me up to race and the war woke me up to the Jews,” Beckett wrote, adding, “The US military gives great training…you learn how to fight, and survive.”
Another Atomwaffen member used the chats to talk about the combat he saw during the U.S. troop surge in Afghanistan.
“I was in the infantry in the army in Afghanistan and did a lot of…shit,” the member wrote. He said the Army wanted him to become a chemical weapons specialist, but he chose to join the infantry. He spent his time, he wrote, blasting “lead into sand niggers.”

One Atomwaffen member caught up in a high-profile criminal case has a quite direct link to the armed forces.

At the time of his arrest, Russell, 22, had been serving in the 53rd Brigade Special Troops Battalion of Florida’s Army National Guard.

Atomwaffen has conducted weapons and other training exercises in at least four states, according to the chat logs and interviews. Current and former members of the military have found that their skills are highly valued by Atomwaffen and have assumed leadership roles within the group. Drawing on their battlefield experience, Marines and soldiers have helped to shape the group into a loose collection of armed cells, according to the chat logs and people with direct knowledge of the organization.
There has long been a worrisome if not fully understood nexus between the military and the white supremacist movement. Over the past half-century, many of the movement’s key leaders have come from the ranks of the military, including George Lincoln Rockwell, commander of the American Nazi Party, Ku Klux Klan leader Louis Beam, and Aryan Nations founder Richard Butler.
Pete Simi, co-author of the book “American Swastika” and an associate professor at Chapman University in California, said white supremacists often draw inspiration from the armed forces.
“Extremist culture tends to be paramilitary — the Klan, for instance, is a clearly paramilitary organization, it was started by former military officers,” said Simi. “A lot of traditional neo-Nazi groups tend to emulate military structure … Some skinhead groups do that as well.”
Organizations like Atomwaffen, he said, “need military people who have explosives experience, firearms experience, combat fighting experience” that they can pass on to other members. But there’s also another factor, in Simi’s view. “I think there’s also a credibility aspect to it, in that it gives more credibility to the group to have people who served in the U.S. military. It brings a certain gravitas.”
Last year, nearly 25 percent of active-duty service members surveyed by the Military Times said they’d encountered white nationalists within the ranks. The publication polled more than 1,000 service members.
The results are jarring in a number of ways, not least because each branch of the armed forces has regulations that bar service members from joining white supremacist organizations. Army policy, for example, forbids soldiers from participating in “extremist groups” that foster “racial, gender, or ethnic hatred or intolerance.” The Marine Corps has a similar regulation, Order 1900.16, which mandates swift penalties for Marines caught engaging in “extremist or supremacist activities.”
Air Force directives note that airmen who participate in racist organizations can face court martial for disobedience.
For Simi, a key question is whether the Department of Defense and various military branches are effectively enforcing these policies by screening volunteers as they enter the service and thoroughly investigating reports of extremist activity by service members. If the figures in the Military Times survey “are anywhere close to credible, then there’s clearly a problem that isn’t being addressed,” Simi said.
A former Marine who currently works for a government intelligence agency told ProPublica and Frontline that the military’s seriousness about combating white supremacists in its ranks can vary.
“At the command level — and publicly — the military takes any extremism seriously,” the ex-Marine said. “There is a zero-tolerance policy regarding Nazis. We defeated them in World War II, and they have no business currently serving in the U.S. military.”
“At the unit level, I believe there’s a willful ignorance,” the former Marine added. “‘If neo-Nazis aren’t allowed to enlist in the military, and if nobody I know is a neo-Nazi, there must not be any within my unit’ seems to be the standard. It’s difficult to take seriously that which you don’t believe exists.”

Andrew Auernheimer’s Jewish Ethnicity

A reclusive neo-Nazi who co-runs the white supremacist Daily Stormer website, and recently said Jewish children “deserve to die,” has Jewish relatives on “both sides of his family,” his mother told Newsweek.

“He doesn’t like us,” she said, adding that her son comes from a “large, mixed-race family” with Native American heritage, and that he most certainly has Jewish lineage “on both sides of his family.”

“I am open to further communication with you through the Richmond Rabbi of your choice. I do a lot of volunteer work through a Richmond non-denominational non-profit organization and I can bring a local Rabbi into the conversation if you would prefer. As you said, the irony is we are a multi-racial family. My great grandparents were Czech, Jewish immigrants, and I am native American. As the white parents of black kids living in the south you can be sure we know about racism.”

“Any attempt to brand me an anti-Semite is idiotic. I have no problem with any person solely because of their Semitic descent. Take a look at my last name, ‘Auernheimer’. Think about the likely origins of this name for a second. Even a quick Google reveals its origins. The most famous Auernheimer of history, journalist and author Raoul Auernheimer, had his way bought from the fires of Dachau by his uncle, Theodore Herzl himself. Come on, I have curly hair and brown eyes here. The claim many ‘journalists’ are making that I am some sort of Nazi is preposterous, but I suppose you have to resort to ad hominem when the public overwhelmingly supported me on the basis of the facts of the case.”

Stephen Bannon’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Louis Beam’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Louis Ray Beam, Jr. (born 1946) is an American white nationalist. After high-school, he joined the United States Army and served as a helicopter door-gunner in Vietnam.[1] He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.[2]

Arthur Bell’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Art Bell III was born in Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina, on June 17, 1945.[8]
Bell was always interested in radio; at the age of 13, he became a licensed amateur radio operator. Bell held an Amateur Extra Class license, which is in the top U.S. Federal Communications Commission license class. His call sign was W6OBB.
Bell served in the U.S. Air Force as a medic during the Vietnam War and in his free time operated a pirate radio station at Amarillo Air Force Base. He would make a point of playing anti-war music (like “Eve of Destruction” and “Fortunate Son”) that was not aired on the American Forces Network.[9]
After leaving military service he remained in Asia, where he lived on the Japanese island of Okinawa. He worked as a disc jockey for KSBK, which was the only non-military English-language station in Japan. While there, he set a Guinness World Record by staying on the air for 116 hours and 15 minutes. The money raised there allowed Bell to charter a Douglas DC-8, fly to Vietnam, and rescue 130 Vietnamese orphans stranded in Saigon at the war’s end. They were eventually brought to the United States and adopted by American families.[citation needed]

Derek Black’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Stephen Black’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

a. Don Black’s wife Chloe Black has been employed for the past 40+ years as an executive assistant for Emilia Fanjul at Florida Crystals in West Palm Beach, Florida. b. Florida Crystals is a corporation owned and controlled by Emilia Fanjul’s husband, multi-billionaire oligarch Cuban ex-patriot José ‘Pepe’ Fanjul. c. José ‘Pepe’ Fanjul and his brother Alfonso ‘Alfy’ Fanjul, Jr. received C.I.A. counter-intelligence officer training through C.I.A. covert operations AMFAST and AMCHEER in the early 1960’s. Their father Alfonso Fanjul, Sr. received C.I.A. reserve intelligence officer training from C.I.A. operative David Sánchez Morales at C.I.A. covert Miami station JMWAVE during the same time period. d. Thus José ‘Pepe’ Fanjul and his brother Alfonso ‘Alfy’ Fanjul, Jr. are lifelong C.I.A. operatives. e. Don Black has no job and no source of income. He is entirely dependent on the monthly salary that his wife Chloe Black receives from Florida Crystals and José ‘Pepe’ Fanjul. f. Thus Stormfront, Don Black, and his entire family (Chloe Black, Derek Black) are financially supported by a billionaire C.I.A. operative, namely José ‘Pepe’ Fanjul. g. Thus Don Black and his entire family (Chloe Black, Derek Black) are de facto C.I.A. operatives and Stormfront is a de facto C.I.A. operation.

Nicholas Bougas’s Connections to Jews and Hollywood

According to public records, Nick Bougas — A. Wyatt Mann, the author of the most prevalent image of anti-Semitism on the internet — owns a house in Cumming, Georgia, with a woman named Sandra Weinberg. According to this cached artist’s profile page, Weinberg is Bougas’ “devoted ‘galpal.'”

  • From the Cold Fusion blog circa 2008:

“A. Wyatt Mann” is the pseudonym of a quasi-famous racist cartoonist. I recently happened to come across some art by the same guy under his real name. I will not out him here, even though you could argue that by drawing in the EXACT SAME STYLE as A. Wyatt Mann under his own name he has outed himself, but I googled his name and practically everything I found about him made reference to his associations with Jews. He has a girlfriend of several decades with a Jewish surname, he’s referenced by a (goyish) quasi-famous writer as having been introduced to another (Jewish) quasi-famous writer at AWM’s house, and a few others, and there’s a tribute on the net somewhere by AWM to the former writer’s deceased (Jewish) wife. He even directed a movie that’s apparently a puff piece about another quasi-famous Jew. There’s not a whole lot of information about him on the internets because he’s rather obscure, and he seems to have been most active pre-internet, but almost everything that’s out there has something like this. Remember, this is the author of Tales of the Holohoax we’re talking about.
The guy in the comments who said he knew AWM was the real deal and he told me about other Jews AWM is friendly with. Some of them are famous so I don’t want to name names because I’m still not trying to out him. But there are probably Hassidic Grand Rebbes who have fewer Jewish friends than our AWM. I have also found out that AWM posts at an online forum under his real name. Somewhere there he has a heartwarming, completely unironic story about helping a homeless black man.

Taboo American Style stars Raven, Paul Thomas, Gloria Leonard, Taija Rae, Sharon Kane, Tom Byron, Joey Silvera, R. Bolla, and Kelly Nichols in a perverse melodrama about an affluent suburban family torn apart by incest.
Following up the success of Kirdy Stevens’ Taboo and its sequels, Pachard directed the American Style series in 1985 for producers Herb Nitke and Nick Bougas of NIBO Films. The four movies played individually in theaters at the tail-end of porn’s Golden Age and later became home video bestsellers for VCA Pictures.
Nibo Films

Fredrick Brennan’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

  1. Fredrick Brennan’s first job was as a paid employee of Aaron Parnes, a Brooklyn Orthodox Jew who owns and operates internet marketing company Razor Clicks, which is likely a business front for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and/or the Israeli Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations (“Mossad”). Fredrick Brennan’s second and only other job was as a paid employee of Jim Watkins, a 16 year long employee of the U.S. Army (U.S.A.) who all but admitted in a Splinter News interview to being an operative of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)
  2. Fredrick Brennan was the subject of the 2013 Al Jazeera America video documentary The Other America ‘Fredrick Brennan’. Al Jazeera is an Arabic news media outlet owned by the Qatari Government. Qatar is a client state of the United States Government which has very close relationships with the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.) The U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.) conducts all of its Middle East bombing campaigns from Al Udeid Air Base, which is located in Qatar and is the largest U.S. military base in the Middle East.

  3. Fredrick Brennan was the subject of two 2014 articles published by The New York Times: City Newcomer Is Let Down by a Stranger and After Leaving Victim in the Cold, the Police Work to Make It Right. The New York Times has had very close relationships with the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.) for many decades, extending back to the beginning of the C.I.A.’s Operation Mockingbird program in the 1950’s.

  4. Fredrick Brennan wrote a 2014 article published by The Daily Stormer titled Hotwheels: Why I Support Eugenics. The Daily Stormer is an internet white nationalist C.I.A. psychological operation owned and operated by Andrew Anglin, a second generation operative of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Peter Brimelow’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

British National Party’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Patrick Buchanan’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Richard Butler’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

After Pearl Harbor, Butler enlisted in the Army Air Corps where he served stateside for the duration of World War II.
In 1946, Butler organized and operated a machine plant for the production and precision machining of automotive parts and engine assemblies for commercial and military aircraft in the United States, Africa, and India.[4] Butler was a marketing analyst for new inventions from 1964 to 1973. Butler later became a senior manufacturing engineer for Lockheed Martin in Palmdale, California.[4]

After the Depression set in, Butler and his family moved to East Los Angeles. There, Richard studied aeronautical engineering and science at City College, and started working part time at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Co., which was building the B-11.
After a stint in India for the company, Butler returned to the United States and married Betty Litch in 1941.
After Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, Butler enlisted in the Army Air Corps. He never left the United States during the war, and was assigned to a base where he taught aircraft hydraulics.

In 1968, Butler was hired as a senior marketing engineer by Lockheed Aircraft Co. and helped set up assembly lines at the company’s plant in Palmdale, Calif. His personal interest in aviation led him to obtain a private pilot’s license.

Tucker Carlson’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

…After college, he tried and failed to persuade the C.I.A. to employ him; the real-life agency, unlike its fictional counterparts, prefers not to hire young men who are gabby and insubordinate. Instead, he got a job in Little Rock, working for Paul Greenberg, the exacting editorial-page editor of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette….

Richard Warner Carlson (born Richard Boynton February 2, 1941) is an American former journalist, who was director of the Voice of America during the last six years of the Cold War. At the same time, he led Radio Marti broadcasting to Cuba, and was director of the U.S. Information Agency (USIA), WORLDNET and the USIA Documentary Film Service.[1] Carlson is the father of cable-news personality Tucker Carlson.

From 1991 to 1992, he was U.S. ambassador to the Seychelles. He returned to the United States and became president and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB),[3] the steward of the federal government appropriation in support of American public broadcasting, a position he held for six years.[4]
In 1997, he became president and CEO of King World Public Television, a subsidiary of King World Productions, the syndicator of Oprah, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy, among other successful TV shows. Two years later, King World was purchased by CBS for $2.5 billion.[5]
Carlson was the full-time vice-chairman of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, the counter-terrorism institute in Washington, D.C. and Brussels, for eight years.[6]
Carlson also writes a weekly newspaper column, often about terrorism and national security, for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review[7] and the Charleston Mercury.[8] He is a former political columnist for the Hill newspaper in Washington, D.C. (“The Shadow Knows” –by Dick Carlson & Bill Regardie.)
Carlson has been a newspaper and wire service reporter, a magazine writer, a TV and radio correspondent, and a documentary filmmaker.

William Carr’s Connections to the Canadian Armed Forces (C.A.F.)

Willis Carto’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Willis Carto was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He fought in World War II, serving in the Philippines and earning the Purple Heart.[6] After leaving the military he lived with his parents in Mansfield, Ohio. He took at least some classes at the University of Cincinnati Law School.[citation needed] He later worked for Procter & Gamble and moved west to San Francisco, California where he worked for the Household Finance Company.[7]

Willis Allison Carto was born in Fort Wayne, Ind., on July 17, 1926, and joined the Army after high school. He was wounded twice in fighting in the Philippines during World War II and earned the Purple Heart. After the war, he lived with his parents in Mansfield, Ohio, and, according to a court deposition, attended courses at the University of Cincinnati Law School.

Casa Pound’s Connections to the Italian Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Arthur Chesterton’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Veronica Clark’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Combat 18’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.) and U.K. Home Office (H.O.)

Between 1998 and 2000, dozens of Combat 18 members in the UK were arrested on various charges during dawn raids by the police. These raids were part of several operations conducted by Scotland Yard in co-operation with MI5. Those arrested included Steve and Bill Sargent (brothers of Charlie Sargent), David Myatt and two serving British soldiers, Darren Theron (Parachute Regiment) and Carl Wilson.[10]…

…On 6 September 2006, the Belgian police arrested 20 members of Combat 18 Flanders. Fourteen of them were soldiers in the Belgian army.

9 – MI5 Founded A Deadly Neo-Nazi Group
Combat 18 (“18” standing for “AH,” Adolf Hitler’s initials) is a British neo-Nazi group founded in 1992. The organization began as an offshoot of the far-right British National Party but split off as an even more extreme group. It recruited from any violent fringe group with far-right sympathies and made itself a home for football hooligans. Their profile peaked on February 15, 1995, when they orchestrated a riot in Dublin that led to the cancellation of a football match between England and the Ireland.
There have been claims that the group was actually set up by MI5. One theory suggests that British intelligence wanted to create a magnet for the most extreme parts of the BNP’s members. One member who was convicted of murder in 1998, Charlie Sargent, has been implicated as an MI5 informant.
A case has also been made that C18 was a roundabout way to infiltrate loyalist terror groups operating in Northern Ireland. Many British right-wing groups supported the loyalist cause in theory, but C18 went out of their way to help. In 1993, a member was arrested delivering handguns, and a year later, another was arrested delivering submachine guns and a rocket launcher to the Ulster Defense Association. Officials deny that the close relationship had anything to do with an MI5 honeytrap plot.

Gregory Conte’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

  1. Gregory Conte graduated from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, a well known feeder institution for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of State (D.O.S.)
  2. While attending Georgetown University, Gregory Conte majored in international affairs, the most common college/university major for U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) officers and U.S. Department of State (D.O.S.) diplomats.
  3. While attending Georgetown University, Gregory Conte studied Arabic and Russian, two of the most critical, in demand languages at the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.), U.S. Department of State (D.O.S.), and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)
  4. While attending Georgetown University, Gregory Conte participated in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (R.O.T.C.) program, which indicates that Conte was considering a career as a military officer with the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)
  5. Gregory Conte is co-founder and co-owner of Sutton Whitfield LLC, a U.S. Government job recruiting firm which places computer software professionals in U.S. Federal agency contractor positions requiring top secret (TS/SCI) security clearances. https://splinternews.com/how-did-a-white-supremacist-get-a-job-as-an-equal-emplo-1821061611

William Cooper’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Little is known about Cooper’s background and education, beyond the information supplied in his own accounts. He claimed to have served in the United States Navy, the United States Air Force, and Naval Intelligence until his discharge in 1975;[6] however, public records only indicate a period of service in the Navy with a ratings code of E-5/Sergeant (Petty officer second class in the Navy), including a tour of duty in Vietnam with two service medals.[7] He then attended a junior college in California, and worked for several technical and vocational schools before making his conspiracy theories known, beginning in 1988. Cooper expanded the speculations of earlier conspiracists by incorporating government involvement with extraterrestrials as a central theme.[8]

Charles Coughlin’s Connections to the U.S. Department of War (D.O.W.)

Coughlin was the son of a Great Lakes seaman and a seamstress. …

Charles Edward Coughlin was born Oct. 25, 1891, the son of an Indiana‐born Great Lakes seaman, Thomas Coughlin, who married Amelia Mahoney, a Canadian, and settled in Hamilton, Ontario. At the University of Toronto, Charles Coughlin studied theology at St. Michael’s College, run by the Basilian Order, which emphasized the doctrines of the “social church” and economic justice.

Great Lakes has been turning civilians into Seamen and Seamen into Sailors for more than 90 years.
From its founding in 1911, Great Lakes has maintained its position as the Navy’s largest training facility.
Since World War I through today, it has trained and sent to the Fleet more than two million new Sailors through the Recruit Training Command, and nearly an equal number from its technical schools.
It’s the largest military installation in Illinois and the largest training center in the Navy.

Ann Coulter’s Connections to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.)

Harold Covington’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Covington was born in Burlington, North Carolina in 1953. He was the oldest of 3 children. In 1968, at age 15, he was sent to Chapel Hill High School.[6] In 1971, he graduated from high school and joined the United States Army.[1]

In 1971, Covington joined the National Socialist White People’s Party, the political successor to the American Nazi Party.[1] He moved to South Africa in December 1973,[7] after his discharge from the U.S. Army, and later to Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe).[8] Covington was a founding member of the Rhodesian White People’s Party, and later claimed to have served in the Rhodesian Army – the Zimbabwe government has said that Covington never served in any capacity.[8] He was deported from Rhodesia in 1976, after sending threatening letters to a Jewish congregation.[8]

Nathan Damigo’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

According to his military record, Damigo joined the Marine Corps in 2004, serving two tours in Iraq’s Al-Anbar Province as a light armored vehicle driver (MOS 031). While on leave after finishing his second tour in October 2007, Damigo reportedly fell into a destructive spiral of substance abuse to cope with PTSD and the loss of fellow Marines in Iraq, a spiral that led Damigo to rob a taxi driver of $43 at gunpoint for “looking Iraqi.” Slapped with an other-than-honorable discharge from the Marines, he was sentenced to six years in prison; in HBO’S 2010 PTSD documentary Wartorn 1861-2010, Damigo expressed remorse, telling CNN he “flipped out on the guy.” (He was released from prison in 2014.)

John de Nugent’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

John Derbyshire’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Samuel Dickson’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Elizabeth Dilling’s Connections to the U.S. Department of War and U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.)

The family traveled abroad at least ten times between 1923 and 1939, experiences that focused Dilling’s political outlook and served to convince her of American superiority.[13] In 1923, they visited Britain, France and Italy. Offended by the lack of gratitude from the British for American intervention in World War I, Dilling vowed to oppose any future American involvement in European conflict.[13][14] They spent a month in the Soviet Union in 1931, where local guides, who Dilling claimed were Jews, told her that communism would take over the world and showed her a map of the US in which the cities were renamed after Soviet heroes. She documented her travels in home movies, filming such scenes as bathers swimming nude in a river beneath a Moscow church. She was appalled by communism’s “atheism, sex degeneracy, broken homes [and] class hatred.”[13][14]
Dilling visited Germany in 1931 and, when she returned in 1938, noted a “great improvement of conditions”.[13] She attended Nazi Party meetings, and the German government paid her expenses.[13] She wrote that “The German people under Hitler are contented and happy. … don’t believe the stories you hear that this man has not done a great good for this country.”[iii][13] In 1938, she toured Palestine, where she filmed what she described as Jewish immigrants ruining the country. While touring Spain, then embroiled in the Spanish Civil War, she filmed “Red torture chambers” and burnt-out churches, “ruined by the Reds with the same satanic Jewish glee shown in Russia.”[16] She visited Japan, which she viewed as the only Christian nation in Asia, and in 1939, she returned to visit Spain, for a second time.[17][18]

Our family trip to Red Russia in 1931 started my dedication to anti-Communism. We were taken behind the scenes by friends working for the Soviet Government…
— The Plot against Christianity, 1954[19]
Dilling’s political activism was spurred by the “bitter opposition” she encountered upon her return to Illinois in 1931, “against my telling the truth about Russia … from suburbanite ‘intellectual’ friends and from my own Episcopal minister.”[20] She began public speaking as a hobby, following her doctor’s advice. Iris McCord, a Chicago radio broadcaster who taught at the Moody Bible Institute, arranged for her to address local church groups. Within a year Dilling was touring the Midwest, the Northeast and occasionally the West Coast, accompanied by her husband. She showed her home movies of the Soviet Union and made the same speech several times a week to audiences sometimes as large as several hundred, hosted by organizations such as the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and the American Legion.[21][22]
In 1932, Dilling co-founded the Paul Reveres, an anti-communist organization with headquarters in Chicago which eventually had 200 local chapters.[23] She left in 1934, after a dispute with the co-founder Col. Edwin Marshall Hadley, and it folded soon after due to lack of interest. With McCord’s encouragement, her lectures were published in a local Wilmette newspaper in 1932, and then collected in a pamphlet entitled Red Revolution: Do We Want It Here? Dilling claimed that the DAR printed and distributed thousands of copies.[21][22]
Beginning in early 1933, Dilling spent twelve to eighteen hours a day for eighteen months researching and cataloging suspected subversives. Her sources included the 1920 four-volume report of the Joint Legislative Committee to Investigate Seditious Activities, and Representative Hamilton Fish’s 1931 report of an anti-communist investigation. The result was The Red Network—A Who’s Who and Handbook of Radicalism for Patriots, hailed with irony in The New Republic as a “handy, compact reference work”. The first half of the 352-page book was a collection of essays, mostly copied from Red Revolution. The second half contained descriptions of more than 1,300 “Reds” (including international figures such as Albert Einstein and Chiang Kai-shek), and more than 460 organizations described as “Communist, Radical Pacifist, Anarchist, Socialist, [or] I.W.W. controlled”.[24][25]
“Far more than the Spider-Web chart of the 1920s – a chart composed by a member of the DAR that plotted suspected red-affiliated organisations with progressive individuals – The Red Network revealed the power of “guilt by association,” a tactic that would be used all too often by future Red baiters with devastating effectiveness.”
— Christine K. Erickson, Journal of American Studies, 2002[26]
The book was reprinted eight times and sold more than 16,000 copies by 1941. Thousands more were given away. It was sold in Chicago book stores and by mail order from Dilling’s house. It was distributed by the KKK, the Knights of the White Camellia, the German-American Bund, and the Aryan Bookstores. Subscribers to Gerald Winrod’s new journal, The Revealer, received a copy; fundamentalist preacher W. B. Riley, president of the Northwest Bible Training School, claimed he had given away hundreds of copies; and it was advertised and sold by the Moody Bible Institute. It was endorsed by officials in the DAR and the American Legion. Copies were bought by the Pinkerton Detective Agency, the New York Police Department, the Chicago Police Department, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. A Los Angeles arms manufacturer bought and distributed 150 copies, and a tear gas manufacturer bought 1,500 copies, which it distributed to the Standard Oil Company, the National Guard, and hundreds of police departments.[24][27]

Dilling’s next book, The Roosevelt Red Record and Its Background, published two weeks before the 1936 presidential election, was less successful. Like much of her later writing, it was largely a disjointed series of quotations. President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “Jew Deal” (as many[who?] including Dilling were calling the New Deal) was already a central theme of The Red Network, and it was already being debated elsewhere. Dilling later claimed that the House Un-American Activities Committee was founded largely thanks to her two books. She wrote a pamphlet attacking Borah, entitled Borah: “Borer from Within” the G.O.P., fearing that if he won the presidential nomination voters would be forced to choose between two communists. She distributed 5,000 copies at the Republican National Convention, and claimed credit for his defeat.[iv][32][33][34]
In 1938, Dilling founded the Patriotic Research Bureau, a vast archive in Chicago with a staff of “Christian women and girls” from the Moody Bible Institute. She began regular publication of the Patriotic Research Bulletin, a newsletter outlining her political and personal views, which she mailed free of charge to her supporters. Editions were often 25 to 30 pages long, with a youthful photograph of the author on the cover conveying a personal touch.[32] The masthead of early issues reads: “Patriotic Research Bureau. For the defense of Christianity and Americanism”.[35]
Dilling was paid $5000 in 1939 by industrialist Henry Ford to investigate communism at the University of Michigan.[36] As well as distributing his antisemitic newspaper The Dearborn Independent during the 1920s, Ford was a financial supporter of dozens of antisemitic propagandists.[37] Dilling discovered hundreds of books at the university library written by “radicals”.[38] Her 96-page report stated that the university was “typical of those American colleges which have permitted Marxist-bitten, professional theorists to inoculate wholesome American youths with their collectivist propaganda.” She reached a similar conclusion when the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce paid her to investigate UCLA, and when she investigated her children’s universities, Cornell and Northwestern.[39]
In 1940, hoping to influence the presidential election, Dilling published The Octopus, setting out her theories of Jewish Communism. The book was published under the pseudonym “Rev. Frank Woodruff Johnson”. Avedis Derounian reported Dilling claiming that “The Jews can never prove that I’m anti-Semitic, I’m too clever for them.” Her husband feared that allegations of antisemitism would damage his law practice.[40] She admitted that she was the author at her divorce trial in 1942. She explained that she wrote the book as a response to B’nai B’rith. She stated: “It airs their dirty lying attempts to shut every Christian mouth and prevent anyone from getting a fair trial in this country” (for which she was cited for contempt).[41]

Aleksandr Dugin’s Connections to the Russian Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

David Duke’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

“I was in R.O.T.C., uh, in, uh, in a, uh, Special Forces modeled R.O.T.C. unit. We actually went to the military bases to, to train with the, uh, Special Foces in the Army a couple times.”

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David Duke, it is said, idolized his father, an engineer for Shell Oil Company. The father, David Hedger Duke, volunteered for service in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. He was sent to Laos as an agent of the U.S. State Department’s Agency for International Development (USAID).
Young David, meanwhile, completed high school and enrolled at Louisiana State University, where he became notorious on “Free Speech Alley” for his racist and anti-Semitic harangues. Just before he dropped out of LSU, on March 4,1971, Duke was ordered to report for active duty. Selective Service records show that he was classified 1-A. But in a “highly unusual move,” reports Tyler Bridges of the Times-Picayune of New Orleans, “Duke was given a student deferment, March 18, even though he soon left school and didn’t return for eighteen months…None of the members of his draft board contacted said they knew why the injunction notice was rescinded.” When Bridges asked Duke why he hadn’t been drafted, Duke responded, “Well, I was in Laos during the war.” And indeed he was. He boasted that he spent nine months in Laos beginning in May 1971 flying twenty missions behind enemy lines aboard CIA Air America transport planes, dropping supplies to CIA mercenary troops in the mountains. In attempting to debunk details of Duke’s story, critics only confirm the main point. Charles Green, for example, head of the Agency for International Development (AID) language school in Laos, said Duke served only six weeks as an English language instructor of Laotian army officers. Green claims he fired Duke when he walked into his classroom and saw that Duke had drawn a Molotov cocktail on the blackboard.
It is well known that the CIA used USAID as a cover for covert warfare in Southeast Asia. It is entirely plausible that David Duke was recruited as a covert agent of the CIA. That would explain why his induction into the military was mysteriously rescinded.
It would also explain Duke’s strange immunity in other criminal and terrorist activities. In September 1976 Duke was the sponsor of a conference of neo- Nazis and Klansmen at a hotel near his home in Métairies, an all-white suburb of New Orleans. When police arrived, Duke and his followers surrounded the squad car. Duke led the mob in chanting, “White Power.” Duke screamed at the officers, “You are a Jew. You work for the FBI. They are commie traitors and you are too.” The police radioed for help and Duke was among those arrested. He was tried but received a suspended sentence. Why?
On December 31,1980, Duke sat on a French quarter balcony in New Orleans with a convicted felon named Michael Perdue. According to Gwen Udell,a close friend of Duke’s who was there, the two men “hashed over Perdue’s plan to invade the Caribbean island of Dominica’ “ A small band of mercenaries would sail to the tiny black populated country, overthrow the government and set up a white supremacist junta,” reports the Times-Picayune, Perdue “dreamed of making millions by running a casino and exporting lumber.” Others say the real “export” was to be cocaine and other narcotics.
Duke reportedly helped Perdue find a charter boat to transport his mercenary commandos and put Perdue in touch with people who would finance the bizarre expedition, codenamed Operation Red Dog.
On April 27,1981, officers of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms arrested them just before they boarded the yacht in Lake Ponchartrain. Despite his ringleader role, Duke was not arrested. He was subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury, where he pleaded the Fifth Amendment, refusing to testify. Nine of the ten other conspirators, including Duke’s co-hort Klanman Don Black, were found guilty and served time in prison. Why was Duke let off?

David Duke’s Criminal History

David Duke, the former Ku Klux Klan leader and politician who spent the last three years overseas preaching ”white survival,” pleaded guilty today to bilking his supporters and cheating on his taxes.
Mr. Duke, 52, could be sentenced to up to 15 months in prison and $10,000 in fines under a plea bargain reached with federal prosecutors. He is free on bail until sentencing on March 19.
The plea to felony charges also disqualifies Mr. Duke from running for public office again.
He pleaded guilty to mail fraud and filing a false return shortly after the indictment was filed. The plea came two days after Mr. Duke returned to Louisiana from abroad to negotiate with prosecutors.
Mr. Duke said little in court and would not discuss details of the case outside the courthouse. ”I appreciate the tremendous amount of support I’ve received from people all over the nation,” he said.
Mr. Duke was accused of telling supporters that he was in financial straits, then misusing the money they sent him from 1993 to 1999. He was also accused of filing a false 1998 tax return claiming that he made only $18,831 when he really made more than $65,000.
Mr. Duke used the money for personal investments and gambling trips to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Las Vegas and the Bahamas, the United States attorney, Jim Letten, said. Mr. Letten would not disclose the amount but said it was ”in the six-figure area.”
The agreement does not require Mr. Duke to refund the money. Mr. Letten said that the contributions were as small as $5 and that there were so many that returning the money would be ”unwieldy.”
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Mr. Duke had just started a speaking tour in Russia in January 2000 when federal agents raided his home in Mandeville, La.

March 13, 2003 | From Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS — Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke was sentenced Wednesday to more than a year in prison and given a $10,000 fine for bilking his supporters and cheating on his taxes.
Duke pleaded guilty in December to tax and mail fraud; the sentence was the same one agreed to in his plea bargain.
U.S. Atty. Jim Letten said Duke must report to prison by April 15. Federal guidelines require that he serve at least 85% of the 15-month sentence.
The mail fraud charge grew out of what prosecutors described as a six-year scheme to bilk thousands of followers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars through a direct mail campaign. Prosecutors have not said exactly how much Duke is accused of bilking.
Duke, 52, had told supporters that he was in danger of losing his home and savings. But prosecutors said that he sold his home for a profit during that period, held numerous investment accounts and gambled away much of his take at casinos in Mississippi, Las Vegas and the Bahamas.
Duke must pay the fine immediately and cooperate with the Internal Revenue Service, including paying money he owes for 1998 taxes.
Duke, a former state representative, also pleaded guilty to making a false statement on his 1998 income tax return, declaring that he made $18,831 in 1998, rather than the actual $65,034.
Just how much, if any, Duke owes will be hashed out between the IRS and Duke’s accountant, said James McPherson, Duke’s longtime lawyer and friend.
“I don’t know, David doesn’t know and the IRS doesn’t know” the amount, McPherson said.
Duke said he would speak more freely about the investigation and charges after his release from prison in 2004.
“When I’m out of the jaws of the federal government,” he said, “I’ll have a lot to say.”

English Defence League’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Nigel Farage’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Supporting local air cadets in Clacton today @justin_swart1

Farage was born in Downe in Kent, England, the son of Barbara (née Stevens) and Guy Justus Oscar Farage.[20][21][22] The Farage name comes from a distant Huguenot ancestor.[23] One of his great-grandfathers was born to German parents who migrated to London in the 19th century.[24] His grandfather, Private Harry Farage, fought and was wounded in the First World War.[25]…

“I was good at cricket and golf and loved the CCF (Combined Cadet Force) so much I had seriously contemplated going into the Army.”…

Born 48 years ago in Kent – where he still lives – the young Nigel bounced through school, joining everything from the cricket and rugby clubs to Army Cadets and the politics society.

Never much taken by toys, he quickly sought out the politics society at Dulwich College, which took up the time in between rugby, cricket and the Army cadets….

…He was educated at Dulwich College, a fee-paying private school where he enjoyed cricket and rugby and joined the Army cadets.

…Yet another colleague described how, at a Combined Cadet Force (CCF) camp organised by the college, Farage and others had marched through a quiet Sussex village very late at night shouting Hitler-youth songs

14) Farage has denied claims that while a schoolboy at Dulwich College, he and a group of fellow Army cadets “marched through a quiet Sussex village very late at night shouting Hitler Youth songs”.

The Combined Cadet Force (CCF) is a Ministry of Defence (MOD) sponsored youth organisation in the United Kingdom. Its aim is to “provide a disciplined organisation in a school so that pupils may develop powers of leadership by means of training to promote the qualities of responsibility, self reliance, resourcefulness, endurance and perseverance”. It is not a pre-service organisation, although it acknowledges that one of its objectives is “to encourage those who have an interest in the services to become Officers of the Regular or Reserve Forces”, and a significant number of officers have indeed had experience in the CCF. Prior to 1948 cadet forces in schools existed as the junior division of the Officers’ Training Corps framework, but in 1948 Combined Cadet Force was formed covering cadets affiliated to all three services.
As of 2018 there were 43,400[2] Cadets and 3,640 Cadet Force Adult Volunteers (CFAV)[3] The MOD provides approximately £28M per year of funding to the CCF.[4]

James Fields, Jr.’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

In 2015, he tried to join the U.S. military before flunking out after just four months of basic training, the Army and records confirmed to VICE News. After his brief stint in the military, Fields worked for a security company called Securitas, according to CNN, where he made $650 every two weeks.

James Fields, Jr.’s Jewish Ethnicity

Five Star Movement’s Connections to the Italian Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Henry Ford’s Connections to the U.S. Department of War (D.O.W.)

World War One and the Peace Ship

Prior to America entering WWI, the Ford Motor Company refused to take orders for any war materials by any belligerents in the conflict. He found the concept of selling war materials to help foreign states with their war effort to be “at variance with our human principles.” [1]. From the spring of 1917 through autumn of 1918, Ford’s factories completely supported the American war effort by producing war boats, military trucks, cannons and many other war products as well as committing research and development work to a variety of armor technologies for vehicles and soldiers. After the war was ended with the Treaty of Versailles, the Ford Motor Company resumed normal peace time construction of the Model T.

World War Two

…Just as Ford opposed WWI and then got behind the war effort to aid his country when it was required, Ford quickly came to America’s aid when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and left us no choice but to fight.
In 1941, Henry Ford had his company build a factory at Willow Run in the Detroit area. The Willow Run airport was to produce the B-24 bomber to support the Allied war effort. The B-24 Liberator was a prolific bomber that was operated by multiple branches of the United States military as well as other Allied forces in the European and Pacific theaters. In excess of 18,000 B-24 bombers have been built making it America’s most produced military aircraft. Roughly half of those bombers came from Ford’s Willow Run factory.
When Willow Run was completed and operational in September 1942, it was the largest factory in the world [11] at 3.5 million square feet. 42,000 employees would turn out a bomber nearly every hour, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week….
…As a pacifist Ford opposed war in all forms, seeing it as a crass and unnecessary way of solving problems that industrialization and growth of wealth across the population could fix. But when his country went to war, Ford went to work supporting the war effort of his country during both World Wars.

…It was Ford’s vision of mass production and its subsequent implementation that had harnessed the industrial might of the United States and had helped make staggering wartime production goals attainable. …

Ford, a known pacifist, opposed America’s entry into World War II. Nevertheless, he agreed to build airplane engines for the British government. In May 1940, he stated: ‘If it became necessary, the Ford Motor Company could, with the counsel of men like [Charles] Lindbergh and [Eddie] Rickenbacker, under our own supervision and without meddling by government agencies, swing into the production of a thousand airplanes of standard design a day.’
It was the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that inspired Ford to begin a tremendous, all-out manufacturing effort. To the west of Dearborn, the giant Willow Run plant was built to produce B-24 Liberator bombers on an assembly line that was a mile long. The first bomber rolled off the line in May 1942, beginning the effective production of several hundred aircraft a month. Bombers were produced at the rate of one plane per hour, thereby confounding Ford’s critics, who had called the plant undertaking ‘Willit Run.’ By the end of the war, Ford had built 86,865 complete aircraft, plus 57,851 airplane engines, thousands of engine superchargers and generators, and 4,291 military gliders.
Ford also turned out tanks, armored cars, jeeps and engines for robot bombs. In the midst of the heaviest production during the war years, Ford returned to his post as chief executive of the Ford Motor Company when Edsel, who had taken over for his father, died in 1943.
Months earlier, Ford’s plants in Great Britain and Canada had joined the production efforts of the United States and poured forth everything from mobile canteens to four-wheel-drive trucks and autos, grenades, bombs and engine-powered landing craft. The U.S. plants were the prime movers in the development of the famous Willys-originated jeep.
By the end of the war, Ford plants had built 277,896 of the versatile vehicles. In all, the Allies were supplied with more than a million fighting vehicles by Ford operations in the United States, Canada, Britain, India, South Africa and New Zealand.
At the height of World War II, Ford managed to transport vitally important, precision jig-boring machinery, obtainable only from neutral Switzerland, to Manchester, England–right through German-occupied France and Spain. The Swiss, uncompromising in their commercial neutrality, insisted upon their right to trade with all parties. Since Germany was dependent on Swiss machine tools, it was forced to allow the export of war products through its occupied territories to its own enemies. As a result, Ford’s British plant turned out more than 30,000 complex supercharged V-12 engines–more than Rolls Royce built at its own plant in Derby, England. The engines were installed in British Mosquito and Lancaster bombers.
At the outset of the war, Ford’s plant in Cologne, Germany, had been commandeered by the Nazis to turn out trucks for their war effort, and actually continued under Nazi control with the supervision of one of Ford’s trained Danish managers. The manufacturing continued until constant Allied air raids made it virtually impossible for the plant to operate. Before the war was officially over, SHAEF (Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force) asked Ford for immediate help to start operating the newly liberated plant again. The only actual damage to the facility was done by German artillery when the German army fell back across the Rhine and Cologne was occupied by American forces. German employees had ignored instructions to destroy the plant to prevent it from falling into Allied hands. The plant’s first postwar truck, assembled from components on hand, rolled out on May 8, 1945, V-E Day.
Ford always loved visiting his factories, even when he was 81. His frequent motor outings with Harvey Firestone and his hero, Thomas Edison, were well-known around the world. In 1944, the American Legion awarded Ford its Distinguished Service Medal for his contribution to the rehabilitation of veterans of both the world wars.
Henry Ford died on April 7, 1947, at the age of 84. Most of his personal estate, valued at $205 million, was left to the Ford Foundation, one of the world’s largest public trusts. Today Ford still has his supporters and detractors, but the industrial genius’ significant contribution to the Allied effort in World War II is indisputable.

Samuel Francis’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Benjamin Freedman’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

‘In the year 1948 in the Pentagon in Washington I addressed a large assembly of the highest ranking officers of the United States Army principally in the G2 branch of Military Intelligence on the highly explosive geopolitical situation in eastern Europe and the Middle East.’
‘Then as now that area of the world was a potential threat to the peace of the world and to the security of this nation I explained to them fully the origin of the Khazars and Khazar Kingdom. I felt then as I feel now that without a clear and comprehensive knowledge of that subject it is not possible to understand or to evaluate properly what has been taking place in the world since 1917, the year of the Bolshevik revolution in Russia. It is the “key” to that problem.’
‘Upon the conclusion of my talk a very alert Lieutenant Colonel present at the meeting informed me that he was the head of the history department of one of the largest and highest scholastic rated institutions of higher education in the United States. He had taught history there for 16 years. He had recently been called back to Washington for further military service. To my astonishment he informed me that he had never in all his career as a history teachers or otherwise heard the word “khazar” before he heard me mention it there.’

Robert Freeman’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

I am a military veteran and I have 2 years left of tuition waiver.

I excelled at the Defense Language institute in Russian language because of two years of intense study (both self study and classroom study and practice with Russian immigrants) …

After graduating college he lived in Russia for about six months, but couldn’t find work and came back to the States, finding work in the Army Reserves as a Russian linguist.

It was also perfect timing since he started becoming more active after he was laid off from his job as a computer technician in January, 2001 at Authentica, a Waltham, MA firm.

As a matter of fact, every morning the CIA employs Authentica’s DRM technology to secure the electronic version of President Bush’s daily briefing.

August 4, 2003
Waltham, MA
Authentica, Inc., a leading provider of secure messaging and secure document sharing solutions for protecting valuable intellectual property and confidential business information, today announced that it has been selected by In-Q-Tel, a private venture group funded by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), to study enhancements for its content security solutions.
Authentica’s content security solutions — such as its PageRecall™ and SafeRoute™ products are already deployed at U.S. government agencies to protect sensitive documents that are shared electronically with a wide range of audiences.
PageRecall enables organizations to share sensitive and valuable content without giving up control: it ensures that the content is always secure no matter where it is distributed or stored. SafeRoute gives organizations a simple and flexible solution to centrally manage and control e-mail in accordance with established e-mail security and retention policies — without disrupting their existing messaging infrastructure or requiring cumbersome steps for users.
“We selected Authentica because of its experience and track record in providing proven content security solutions to U.S. government customers,” said Gilman Louie, CEO of In-Q-Tel. “The ability to persistently protect e-mail and attachments after they are downloaded continues to be incredibly valuable to this market.”
“We’re looking forward to working with In-Q-Tel to provide effective content security that meets the needs of both government and commercial users,” said Lance Urbas, president and CEO at Authentica®. “National security organizations are under increasing pressure to share data at a faster rate across many different platforms and devices. By extending our rights management capabilities, it will allow the sharing of sensitive data and enable faster communication across all platforms, even those outside of the traditional environment.”
About Authentica
Headquartered in Waltham, Mass., Authentica, Inc. is a leading provider of content security software for enterprise messaging and document sharing environments to protect valuable intellectual property and confidential information shared within and beyond organizational boundaries. The company’s suite of enterprise-ready products combines patented rights management capabilities with industry standard encryption, authentication and access controls. Designed for a wide range of applications, Authentica’s products ensure the secure delivery of information and provide continuous control over content even after it is delivered to recipients. Authentica provides its product suite to the healthcare, manufacturing, financial and legal industries as well as government agencies. Authentica investors include 3i US, Canaan Partners, Greylock, Intel 64 Fund, JP Morgan, North Bridge Venture Partners, Norwest Venture Partners, Symantec Corporation, and Venrock. For additional information, please visit www.authentica.com or contact us at (781) 487-2600.
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William Gale’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

…Gale, a retired army lieutenant colonel, spoke in short, rapid-fire bursts:

… Building on the bigotry of Christian Identity theology and his involvement with the radical right after he left the army in 1950, Bill Gale popularized a set of ideas that have influenced anti-government activists to the present day. After founding the Posse Comitatus in the 1970s, Gale helped launch the Christian Patriot movement in the 1980s. And long before the first so-called “citizens’ militias” appeared in the 1990s, Gale had introduced the concept of private armies and the “unorganized militia.”

William P. Gale, the self-styled minister who headed the white supremacist Posse Comitatus and other racist groups, has died of the complications of emphysema, it was learned Tuesday.
The Associated Press reported that the 71-year-old Gale died Thursday at Castle Air Force Base in Merced County. He had lived in Mariposa.
A retired Army colonel, Gale once served as an aide to Gen. Douglas MacArthur in the Philippines, but he gained notoriety as head of the paramilitary Committee of the States and the racist Identity Church and Posse Comitatus.

Generation Identity’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

German American Bund’s Connections to the German Military

Golden Dawn’s Connections to the Greek Ministry of National Defence (M.N.D.)

Matthew Heimbach’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and Israel Lobby

“Some of the events that Youth for Western Civilization has tentatively planned is – well the first one, for instance – I’ve been working really hard over the course of this entire summer with the David Horowitz Foundation [sic] – because, with the vote on Palestinian statehood coming before the U.N. – that personally I, as a Christian, have a strong love for the nation of Israel, and so do most members of my organization. So the first event we’re gonna throw is to do a ‘wall of truth’ which corrects some of the common misconceptions about Israel and the Jewish people.”

“For instance, I was talking to some Jewish students on campus who didn’t even know in Richmond, in Hollywood Cemetery where Jefferson Davis is buried, that there is a large memorial to the Jewish soldiers.”

“First of all, the first event we’re gonna throw is a ‘Towson Stands with Israel’ event and promote Western civilization through an event that crosses both religious lines and cultural lines.”

Dillon Hopper’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

The leader of a white nationalist group associated with accused Charlottesville killer James Alex Fields Jr. served in the Marines until this year, including three years spent as a recruiter, Splinter has learned. Dillon Ulysses Hopper, the self-described “CEO” of Vanguard America, a hate group whose members were photographed alongside Fields on Saturday, worked as a Marine recruiter between 2011 and 2014. He was discharged in January, according to military records.

Vanguard America received a round of headlines Saturday after Fields was accused of driving into a crowd and killing Heather Heyer, a counter-protester demonstrating against the neo-Nazi #UniteTheRight rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Earlier that day, Fields was photographed with members of Vanguard America, dressed in their uniform of a white polo shirt and khaki pants and carrying a shield bearing the group’s emblem.
I met members of Vanguard America, including Hopper—he introduced himself to me as “Commander Dillon”—at a white supremacist rally in Pikeville, Kentucky earlier this year. Hopper is active in racist causes under his birth name, Dillon Irizarry. Court records show he changed his name from “Dillon Ramone Irizarry” to “Dillon Ulysses Hopper” in 2006. After the Charlottesville killing, I contacted Hopper through Facebook (where he uses the name “Dillon Hopper”) and asked if he was the Vanguard leader. He responded that he was, but claimed that he wasn’t present in Charlottesville due to the recent death of his mother.

According to the Marines Corps’ Manpower and Reserve Affairs Department, Hopper enlisted in the Marines in July 2006, in Albuquerque, N.M. He deployed twice, serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom in January 2008 for about a year, and in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan for seven months beginning in July 2010. Records and public documents show that he became a USMC recruiter in Columbus, Ohio in 2012. A 2013 publication from the guidance department of Dublin Jerome High School in Dublin, Ohio lists him as a USMC recruiter.

In other words, Vanguard looks a lot like a militia or a paramilitary organization.

According to the Marines, Hopper was an active-duty member until January 30, 2017.
In my conversations with Hopper, he attempted to deny that Hopper is his legal last name. When I told him I knew that he’d changed it from “Irizarry” in 2006, he abruptly ended the conversation. (Records show that Hopper filed for divorce from his wife on August 11 in Indiana; there, too, he uses the legal name Dillon Hopper.)
A short while later, Marty Goldrich threatened to sue me if I revealed any personal information about Hopper, claiming that publication of “personally identifiable information” would be “damaging and incriminatory.”

Dillon Hopper’s Connections to the Atomwaffen Division

Atomwaffen is closely associated with #VanguardAmerica, the group that #Charlottesville murderer James Alexander Fields, Jr. was putatively affiliated with. There is significant evidence to believe that Vanguard America is a front recruiting group for Atomwaffen. This is based on intelligence reported by antifascist infiltrators that had infiltrated Vanguard America over the summer, becoming trusted members privy to information in the lead up to the August 12th confrontation in Charlottesville, VA.

William Hovater’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Why did this man — intelligent, socially adroit and raised middle class amid the relatively well-integrated environments of United States military bases — gravitate toward the furthest extremes of American political discourse?

Hovater’s father is a veteran.
The Times profile notes without elaboration that Hovater “grew up on integrated Army bases.” Chief Warrant Officer William L. Hovater retired in 2015 after serving at Fort Knox. His son is pictured posing with him in photos at his retirement ceremony. (A LinkedIn profile identifies him as having served as a maintenance tech on the base.)
Tony Hovater said very little about his family in his interviews with Fausset. How did his father’s military service shape his political views? Or, better yet, how does the father feel about his son’s views, which would render him ineligible for military service?

William Hovater’s Jewish Ethnicity

Steve Dayton, Ohio 1 hour ago
“It is known in this area that Tony Horvater [sic] is Jewish. In this regard one has to review the German racial aw [sic] of Sep 15, 1935. In Nazi Germany Horvator [sic] would be ineligible for citizenship because of his Jewish background. We’re surprised he is accepted by the right wing in the USA because he is nothing more than another Daniel Burros. He is not evil, just a good actor.”

Kyle Hunt’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

According to information in his LinkedIn profile, Mr. Hunt graduated from Amherst College in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and theater and dance. His professional experience includes several positions with high technology companies, including Google, in the Silicon Valley of northern California. The profile also indicates that Mr. Hunt served as a research intern at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole during his senior year of high school.

The study, co-authored by Gonzalez Bellido, Wardill, Hanlon of the MBL and Robyn Crook of University of Texas Medical School at Houston appeared in the August 15th issue of the journal Biological Sciences. The work was funded by grants from the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

Squids are masters of camouflage, and can manipulate the colors emitted by their skin with a distributed central nervous system in order to blend in.
Now DARPA can manipulate the color changes too, by hacking into the squid’s central nervous system functions.
A study funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has perfected the art of using electrical signals to manipulate the color of a squid’s iridescent skin over the entire color spectrum.
The Marine Biological Laboratory in Massachusetts carried out the research.

DARPA has a number of programs that set out to hack biology. This is one of them, seeking to exploit the squid’s advanced camouflage for military use.

Paul Speer – Chief Operating Officer

Paul Speer is MBL’s Chief Operating Officer. In this role, he oversees the infrastructure (facilities, information technology, finance, human resources, marine resources) that supports the scientific and educational mission of the MBL. Dr. Speer received a B.A. in Geology from Williams College and a PhD in Oceanography from MIT and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI). Following a post-doc at WHOI, he joined the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA), a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the Department of the Navy, as a member of the research staff. Over the past 30 years, he held numerous research and research management positions at CNA. In September 2009, he was named President of the Center for Naval Analyses. In that role, he was responsible for overseeing the execution of an annual research and analysis program of over $90M supporting the Departments of Navy and Defense. He completed a five year term as President in October 2014 and joined MBL in November.

David Icke’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

The middle son of three boys born seven years apart, Icke was born in Leicester General Hospital to Beric Vaughan Icke and Barbara J. Icke, née Cooke, who were married in Leicester in 1951. Beric had wanted to be a doctor, but the family had no money, so he joined the Royal Air Force as a medical orderly.[25] He was awarded a British Empire Medal for gallantry in 1943 after an aircraft crashed into the Chipping Warden air base in Northamptonshire and Beric, along with a squadron leader, ran into the burning aircraft without protective clothing and saved the life of a crew member trapped inside.[n 1]

Identity Evropa’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

David Irving’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Jobbik’s Connections to the Hungarian Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Gregory Johnson’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

William Johnson’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

William D. Johnson, J.D., is an international corporate lawyer practicing in Los Angeles, CA. He holds both an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University, where he majored in Japanese, and a law degree from Columbia University. He has been married for 30 years and has five children.
As Chairman of the American Third Position, he serves the purpose of speaking on behalf of the party, and championing its sensible and just policies before the American people. He is also, more than any other, responsible for safeguarding the course, values, and program of the party.

My name is William Johnson. I have practiced as a lawyer in Los Angeles, California since 1981. For most of my years as a lawyer, I represented Japanese corporations in their U.S. activities. (I speak, read and write Japanese). Currently, Chinese investors are entering the United States business market in a manner similar to Japan’s entry in the U.S. market in the 1980s. As a result, their legal issues are similar in many respects.
Our firm which consists of five lawyers has the experience to assist Chinese clients in all their business needs in the areas of real estate, business law, land use planning, litigation and more.
We also represent many business clients from other countries around the world and within the United States.
I look forward to working with you in English or in your native language.

ウィリアム D ジョンソン弁護士 (William D. Johnson)
ハーバード大学法学大学院 1979 -1980
コロンビア大学法学大学院 1981年卒業
南加日系商工会議所事務局 副会頭/ディレクター

我是William Johnson。 我从1981年开始作为执业律师在美国加利福尼亚州洛杉矶为广大客户服务。在职业生涯中的大部分时间里,我代表日本企业帮助其在美国各项活动的顺利进行开展法律服务(我可以听,说,写日文)。目前,中国投资人正像1980年代的日本企业一样进入美国市场拓展业务,因此在很多方面,中日两国企业所面临的法律问题有很大相似性。

Arthur Jones’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Jones was born in Beloit, Wisconsin. He served in the United States Army in the Vietnam War.[4][5] He studied at University of Wisconsin–Whitewater from 1974 and majored in political science and journalism.[6]
Jones is an independent insurance broker who worked in commission sales for large insurance companies for 25 years.[4]

Jones was born on January 1, 1948, in Beloit, Wisconsin. He graduated from high school in 1967 and entered the U.S. Army in 1969, serving one year in Vietnam. Jones then entered the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, majoring in political science and journalism.[3]

Colin Jordan’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Bernhardt Klassen’s Connections to the Canadian Armed Forces (C.A.F.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Klassen served Broward County in the Florida House of Representatives from November 1966 – March 1967,[2] running on an anti-busing, anti-government platform.[7] He campaigned for election to the Florida Senate in 1967, but was defeated.[8] That same year, he was vice chairman of an organization in Florida which supported George Wallace for president.[3]
Klassen was a member of the John Birch Society, at one point operating an American Opinion bookstore. …

…For example, in Against the Evil Tide, Klassen writes of visiting Wheeler Air Force Base, “… [W]here so many of our planes had been bombed out of existence.”[8] Notice Klassen’s use of the word “our.” I doubt George Takei genuinely has any sympathy for the men bombed at Wheeler AFB by the Japanese in 1941.
Ben Klassen did not like Canada’s severe cold weather and he, along with many of his fellow Canadians, were cold towards Canadian involvement in World War II. Klassen’s only military service, if one can call it that, was as a Canadian Officer Training Corps (COTC) Cadet during college. While at college, Klassen got a degree in engineering, worked for a while in a nickel mine in Northern Ontario, and eventually moved to Los Angeles. In California he met and married his wife, Henrie Etta McWilliams, an American “Anglo-Saxon” from Colorado.
Klassen got to California just before the US military demobilized due to the end of WWII. As a result, he had an edge in the job market. Klassen’s pacifist Mennonite background resulted in a similar outcome for him as that of many English Quakers: instead of getting jobs in government or in the military, these Protestant pacifists focused their energies on industry and business. While such endeavors carry risks, they often allow people the opportunity to get wealthy. This happened to Klassen. With his edge of being in Los Angeles before the wave of ex-GI’s arrived, he was able to start his own real estate firm and he eventually developed Silver Springs, Nevada, with a business partner whom Klassen felt was semi-crooked.
After selling out his share of Silver Springs, he had enough money to retire and live off the interest. After a while he became bored and invested in a self-lighting cigarette scheme that went nowhere. With the experience gained in marketing inventions such as a self-lighting cigarette, Klassen hit upon the idea to develop an automatic can opener. His invention became the Canolectric. The Canolectric was a success, but eventually later automatic can openers rendered the Canolectric uncompetitive and he lost market share. During this time Klassen tired of California and moved to Florida. While in Florida, he continued to dabble in real estate, got involved in boating, and got involved in politics.

Stuck in Canada, Klassen returned to the University of Saskatchewan where he studied engineering. Later, he transferred to the University of Manitoba from which he eventually received a degree in engineering. While in college, Klassen enlisted in the Canadian Officers Training Corps, but still maintained dreams of moving to Germany to ‘‘help build the New Order’’ and even entertained the notion of joining the air force so that he could somehow drop into Germany and join the Axis’ cause. With the defeat of the Third Reich in the spring of 1945, Klassen lost interest in politics and devoted his energies to establishing a career in engineering in the United States.
Klassen made his way to California in late 1945. While in Los Angeles, Klassen established a lucrative real estate firm that enabled him to retire at a fairly young age. With more time on his hands, Klassen devoted more energy to politics and vacationing, as he made numerous trips to Europe, Egypt, Mexico, and Hawaii. By the late 1950s, he and his family relocated to Florida. The specter of Communism and the Civil Rights movement rekindled his interest in politics.2
Like so many other prominent figures in the radical right, Klassen sojourned through the John Birch Society. In 1966, running as a Republican and an openly avowed Birch Society member, Klassen was elected as a State Representative of Broward County in Florida. However, not long after the election, the U.S. Supreme Court ordered the redistricting of Florida, which necessitated a new round of elections. Klassen decided to run for the state senate, but was defeated in his bid in 1967. He was still active in the Birch Society, but became increasingly disillusioned because of its tolerant position on Jews. In August 1969, Klassen formally resigned from the Birch Society by sending a letter to the chairman, Robert Welch.3

Elliott Kline’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

After a short time filming behind the scenes with Eli and his associates, a theme emerged. He kept emphasizing a connection between the military and the alt-right.

When I got paperwork back from the Army and the National Guard confirming that he had never deployed, I was not surprised. At the same time, I couldn’t believe he would lie so boldly, first to his fellow members of the alt-right and then to a Times reporter, on camera.
His parents declined to speak with me, but I called some of his former friends and fellow soldiers, who told me Eli had wanted to deploy but his timing was off: He graduated from high school in 2010 and went straight on to a couple of semesters of college; by the end of 2011, the last troops had left Iraq. They also confirmed that Eli’s unit in the Pennsylvania National Guard did not deploy anywhere else during the roughly six years he served, and neither did he.

Kline spent some time in the armed forces, something he talks about with fellow fascist soldiers on the Right Stuff podcast the “War Room.” Peinovich and Spencer have been using the experience of former soldiers in their security details, although being an active neo-Nazi may violate an Army contract.

Matthias Koehl’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Koehl graduated from Washington High School June 1952. In high school he liked music and played violin.[2] Thereafter he studied journalism for two years at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He enlisted in the US Marine Corps and served two years active duty.[3] Previously Koehl had been an opponent of the Selective Service System and issued an anti-draft news release in 1956 titled “I don’t want to be a Hessian.”[4]

After studying journalism at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Matt Koehl served for two years active duty in the US Marine Corps. Prior to joining Rockwell’s American Nazi Party (later the National Socialist White People’s Party) in 1960, he had been active in three other US racial nationalist groups: the National Renaissance Party, the National States Rights Party and the United White Party. In 1958 he worked with Rockwell on the Alabama governor campaign of the NSRP’s Admiral John Crommelin.

Götz Kubitschek’s Connections to the German Federal Ministry of Defence (F.M.D.)

La Meute’s Connections to the Canadian Armed Forces (C.A.F.)

La Meute (“The Pack”) is a far-right, nationalist[1] pressure group and identitarian movement[2] fighting against illegal immigration and radical Islam.[3][4][5][6] The group was founded in September 2015 in Quebec by 2 ex-members of the Canadian Armed Forces, Éric Venne and Patrick Beaudry.[7] Neither are members of the group anymore.[8][9] As of May 2018, the goal of La Meute was to prevent the Quebec Liberal Party from winning the Next Quebec general election.[10][11] La Meute doesn’t plan to become a political party, but rather “to become large enough and organized enough to constitute a force that can’t be ignored”.[12]

Its executive often boasts of its purported 45,000 members, and the number of active and retired military members (I counted 228) and former and current law enforcement officers in its ranks. …

La Meute, a group that includes many Afghanistan war veterans, has gathered about 43,000 followers since it started a closed Facebook page last year. The name means “wolf pack” in French, and its members are not politically virulent by United States standards but focus on concerns about Muslim immigration.

There is no Arcand, but, like Hitler, he still has acolytes. La Meute (The Pack), a far-right anti-immigration and anti-Islam group founded in October 2015 by Canadian Forces veterans Eric “Corvus” Venne and Patrick Beaudry, has 4,000–5,000 members. In an eerie coincidence, La Meute has its headquarters 60 kilometers north of Quebec City.

This marked the first time the group has protested publicly, though it has been active online for more than a year. Its founders include several Canadian Forces veterans and a military-like approach guides its structure and activities.
At Saturday’s protests, La Meute had designated security guards and medics. Some members providing security at the Montreal protest wore body-cameras.

Corvus started La Meute with Patrick Beaudry, another former soldier, in the fall of 2015, just as the first of 25,000 Syrian refugees began arriving in Canada.
At a sugar shack in the Beauce, south of Quebec City, the pair drew up plans for a hierarchical organization modelled on their military background.

Corvus arrived at the restaurant in Saint-Raymond wearing a green army jacket and a black La Meute T-shirt, two dog tags and a bullet on a chain around his neck.

Its membership list boasts dozens of politicians, civil servants, and first responders — along with 228 active Canadian military members.

Manuge was added to the list by Eric Venne, aka “Eric Corvus,” one of La Meute’s cofounders and its former leader. Himself a veteran of the Canadian military, Venne added 162 new members between October 2015 and Jan. 9, 2017. Venne continued adding members to La Meute even after he quit the group on Jan. 14 — three in total, the last on Aug. 14, 2017. He rejoined the group in September. (La Meute’s most prolific recruiter has added over 620 names to La Meute. This person isn’t a member of the group’s council or one of its “gatekeepers.”)

La Meute (French for “The Wolf Pack”) was founded in October 2015 by Canadian Forces veterans Eric Venne (who goes by the alias “Eric Corvus”) and Patrick Beaudry, who say their principal goal is to rally people against radical Islam and sharia law.

Suzanne Tessier told VICE that when she left the group in June, the six highest-ranked members were all ex-military. This heavily influenced the way the group was run. “They accepted no controversy, no contradiction,” she said. According to the 72-year-old retiree, those who stepped out of line or asked too many questions were reprimanded or flat out exiled from the group.

Tessier also expressed concern over the organization’s imposed shroud of secrecy. “They really didn’t want us to know what was going on, they operate exactly like a cult,” Tessier said, echoing a term used by several other ex-members.

Here is an interview I gave to the Gendron Commission on Energy 98.9 about the Canadian Forces and La Meute, an anti-Islam group from Quebec.
In addition, here is an article written by Cathy Senay of Radio-Canada about the soldiers of Valcartier de La Meute.
About Jonathan Wade, CD
Jonathan is decorated former light infantryman who served more than 14 years in the Canadian Forces. Deployed to Afghanistan as part of an embedded mentoring team with the Afghan National Army, Jonathan acquired exceptional leadership skills, culture appreciation as well as a detailed comprehension of the situation on the ground. After his career as a soldier, Jonathan founded The Sentinel Analytical Group (2014-2017), and later renamed the blog to Conflict Observer. His goal is to offer an alternative to mainstream media news with detailed analysis as well as offering vital technical informations for a better comprehension of the situation. Jonathan is also the media analyst for the “Centre sur la sécurité internationale” at the Laval University, a military and strategic analyst for “La Commission Gendron” as well as a project coordinator with the NATO Association of Canada. He is now studying at the Laval University in Russian studies, Political Science, and Arab studies. Jonathan speaks French, English and Russian (elementary). He is also working on Modern Standard Arabic.

Jan Lamprecht’s Connections to the South African Department of Defence (D.O.D.)

Jan Lamprecht is a Boer who was born in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) who grew up there during the Rhodesian Bush war. In 1981 he moved to South Africa where he was in the South African Navy for a short time and then became a computer programmer. In 1999 he published a book called Hollow Planets and appeared on Coast to Coast AM and the Jeff Rense Show. In 2001 he published a book, Government by Deception, which warned the whites of South Africa about a coming race war. He started a website called AfricanCrisis to spread this message further. In 2015, he began making videos on YouTube and built up a following there. However YouTube banned all 12 of his YouTube channels for their politically incorrect content. He now puts his videos on his website: HistoryReviewed.com.

David Lane’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Lyndon LaRouche’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Arnold Leese’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Leese was born in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, England and educated at Giggleswick School.[2][3] An only child, his childhood was characterised by loneliness.[4] Leese was a nephew of Sir Joseph Francis Leese, 1st Baronet.[5]
After qualifying as a veterinary surgeon, he accepted a post in India, where he became an expert on the camel.[6] He had previously worked in the East End of London.[citation needed] He worked in India for six years before becoming Camel Specialist for the East Africa Protectorate of the British Empire.[7] He published articles on the camel and its maladies, the first appearing in The Journal of Tropical Veterinary Science in 1909. He was recognised as a leading authority on the camel.[4] A camel parasite, Thelazia leesei was named after him.[citation needed]
He was commissioned in the Royal Army Veterinary Corps in 1914,[8] serving on the Western Front and in the Middle East. Captain Leese returned to England where he continued his practice, publishing A Treatise on the One-Humped Camel in Health and in Disease (1927), which would remain a standard work in India for fifty years.[7] He settled in Stamford, Lincolnshire, practising as a vet until retirement in 1927.[6]

Alexander Linder’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Patrick Little’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Founder at Little-Hunter Enterprises of California – Dba Blitz Wireless (2016-2017)
Certificate of Completion, Marine Cyber Network Operator Curriculum (Marine Occupational Specialty 0651 Training) from Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School (2012-2012)

Bill served with the United States Marine Corps 1966-1970. Vietnam veteran 1967-1968. While in the Marines, Bill served as a Presidential Guard (Johnson and Nixon) 1968-1970.

“And I come from a long line of proud veterans. My father was a, Marine Corps veteran of, the, Vietnam War, and he fought on Hill 881 during the Tet Offensive in 1967 and 1968. He was, in – uh – he was, in the Khe Sanh Air Base area – uh – during this attack. Uh – he was a presidential guard, for Johnson and Nixon. Wh – I grew up in a house decorated with – uh – things – troop – uh – that were honoring our troops and uh – different – uh – programs, like the space program and such. ‘N, my grandfather was a captain in the Navy. He ran the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. He was – uh – the commander of that shipyard. And uh – so we have a long history in national security in my family.”

Lana Lokteff’s Jewish Ethnicity

Kevin MacDonald’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

  1. Kevin MacDonald lived in Jamaica from 1972 to 1974 working for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) under non-official cover (N.O.C.) as a high school teacher and part time jazz pianist.
  2. The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) orchestrated large covert operations in Jamaica from 1976 to 1980 to destabilize the Democratic Socialist government of Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley.

…Between 1970 and 1974 he worked towards becoming a jazz pianist, spending two years in Jamaica, where he taught high school.[15] By the late 1970s he had left that career.

So after my two-year sojourn teaching high school math in Jamaica (another story), I managed to get into a Master’s program at the University of Connecticut in biology more or less by accident.

As described above, I realized that I could not understand human behavior using the tools of philosophy, so I went in the direction of psychology and evolution. I spent the four years from 1970–1974 as a dropout trying to be a musician, including living in a very foreign environment in Jamaica for two years. It took some time, but I did make the right choice in terms of my interests. Living in Jamaica also makes one aware that Black people really are very different. Despite having an ideological attitude that Whites should submerge themselves in the local culture, make friends with Blacks, etc., in the end it was obvious that all the Whites hung out together. There were never any interracial friendships and very little socializing across racial boundaries. I was also aware that my students were from the top level of Jamaican society. Most children did not attend high school. Those who did well could easily move up in the social hierarchy, but in general, they were very poor students. That probably had an influence on making me a race realist. You just keep going, changing your views as you go along on the basis of your experience and what you read.

Michael Manley, son of former Prime Minister Norman Manley, was elected Prime Minister of Jamaica in 1972. To address growing inequality in Jamaican society, Manley embarked on several democratic socialist reforms of the state, including land ownership reform, free education from primary to university, and nationalization of certain industries. Such policies had massive popularity among many people in Jamaica, but there were others who either saw the reforms as contrary to their businesses or as a high precursor to a Cuban-style communist government. Beginning in 1974, he was also opposed by the more conservative Edward Seaga of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP). The JLP used the threat of socialism to build support among property owners and churchgoers, attracting more middle-class support. By 1976 the two politicians hired local gangsters to help them increase their hold on power.
The 1976 elections marked the beginning of a period of political violence in Jamaica. A State of Emergency was declared by Manley’s party the PNP in June and 500 people, including some prominent members of the JLP, were accused of trying to overthrow the government and were detained, without charges, in the South Camp Prison at the Up-Park Camp military headquarters.[1]
Reggae musician Bob Marley announced plans to hold a concert in an attempt to quell the violence. Politicians from both parties were hoping to capitalize on Marley’s support. While Marley remained neutral, many viewed him as tacitly supporting Manley and the PNP.[2]

In 1972, Michael Manley assumed leadership under the People’s National Party (PNP) as Prime Minister of Jamaica, where he maintained leadership until 1980.[3] Upon entering office, the Democratic-Socialist prime minister immediately angered US officials by recognizing the Cuban government of Fidel Castro, nationalizing bauxite production, and recognizing the MPLA government of Angola, that was supported by the Soviet Union and opposed by guerillas supported by apartheid South Africa and the United States.[4] In September 1975, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger visited Jamaica to meet with Prime Minister Manley. During the meeting, Kissinger asked Manley to remain neutral and withdraw support for Cuban troops sent to Angola to fight against the CIA-backed apartheid regime of South Africa.[5] The day after meeting Kissinger, much to the dismay of the United States, Manley issued a speech strongly supporting Cuban intervention in Angola.[6][5]

Manley’s opposition, Edward Seaga of the Jamaica Labour Party, was seen by US policymakers as a viable alternative to Manley, reflecting US interests. Seaga experienced a great deal of support from neighborhoods in Kingston such as Tivoli Gardens, home to the Shower Posse, a group known to have smuggled drugs and guns into the country and the United States with the help of the CIA.[7] In many accounts, the Shower Posse would serve as a key player in the CIA’s destabilization strategy in Jamaica.[8] Former CIA agent Philip Agee revealed that “the CIA was using the JLP as its instrument in the campaign against the Michael Manely government, I’d say most of the violence was coming from the JLP, and behind them was the CIA in terms of getting weapons in and getting money in.” [9] Leading up to the 1976 presidential elections, violence between rival gangs in Kingston loyal to JLP and PNP increased dramatically. Michael Manley declared a national State of Emergency on June 19, 1976. The State of Emergency lasted until June of 1977, almost a year in full.[10] Michael Manley and the PNP began insinuating that the CIA had an active destabilization plan for Jamaica. “I cannot prove in a court of law that the CIA is here… strange things are happening in Jamaica that we have not seen before.”[7] Through information obtained by PNP spy Albert Robinson, Manley claimed that the Jamaican Police had uncovered a JLP and CIA joint plot to overthrow the government. Allegations of being involved in the organization of a coup in Jamaica have been denied by the CIA. However, According to Manley, the police discovered documents outlining Operation Werewolf, which referenced 23 trained men, 200 rifles, 100 submachine guns, two barrels of gunpowder, and 50,000 anti-government pamphlets, outlining a plot to overthrow the government.[11] In 1977, two reporters uncovered a “destabilization program” against Manley’s PNP government, allegedly organized by the CIA’s Jamaican station chief, Norman Descoteaux. According to Gary Webb’s book Dark Alliance, “The campaign included covert shipments of arms to Manley’s opponents, the use of selective violence, bombings, and assassinations, covert financial aid to the conservative Jamaica Labour Party, the fomenting of extensive labor unrest, and bribery.”[8] One of the CIA agents who would later play a key role in the Contra project, Luis Posada Carriles, a Bay of Pigs invasion and Operation Condor veteran, was spotted in Jamaica near the scene of one of the bombings.[12]

James Mason’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

James Mason was born in Chillicothe, Ohio on July 25th 1952. Family relations had lived in this region of the Amerikan heartland for generations. His ancestral background is mainly composed of Norman, with a drop or two of Irish and Dutch blood. Mason’s parents were confident and patriotic citizens. His father was enlisted as a Navy serviceman stationed in the Pacific during WW2, and his mother was likewise a lieutenant in the Army nurse core [sic] during this same period. Both later worked at a local veterans hospital. As a single child in a predominantly middle class home during the 1950’s he lacked few comforts.

Robert Matthews’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Sinead McCarthy’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Gavin McInnes’s Connections to the Canadian Armed Forces (C.A.F.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Emily Jendrisak, daughter of Christine Jendrisak and Jerry Jendrisak of Madison, Wisconsin, was married Saturday, September 17th to Gavin Miles McInnes, son of James McInnes and Loraine McInnes of Nepean, Ontario. Edgar Burns Crutchfield III performed the ceremony at Sunset View Farms in Bovina, New York.
The couple met five years ago at Max Fish, a bar in the Lower East Side. Coincidentally, Emily, a 31-year-old publicist and consultant in Manhattan, had just returned from a wedding.
Mrs. McInnes graduated with honors from San Francisco State University in communications and journalism. Her father is the co-founder of Epicentre Technologies, a biotechnology company in Madison. Her mother (born Christine Whiterabbit), now retired, was the Director of the Ho Chunk Tribe of Wisconsin’s Research Committee, and worked towards the preservation of the Ho Chunk language.
Mr. McInnes, 35, is the co-founder of a multi-channel youth culture brand Vice, best known for its eponymous record label, magazine, and website. Gavin graduated without honors from Carleton University in English literature. His father is the Vice-President of Operations at Gallium, a high-tech company specializing in defense. His mother is a retired business teacher.

Thomas Metzger’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.), U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.), U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.), and Canadian Security Intelligence Service (C.S.I.S.)

  1. Tom Metzger was employed by the U.S. Army (U.S.A.) from 1961 to 1964.
  2. Tom Metzger was a member of the John Birch Society (J.B.S.) in the late 1960’s. The John Birch Society (J.B.S.) is a political front for U.S. Army Intelligence (U.S. Military Intelligence Corps) and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)
  3. Tom Metzger attended anti-Communist meetings in the late 1960’s sponsored by the Douglas Aircraft Company. The Douglas Aircraft Company was a manufacturing contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)
  4. Tom Metzger broadcast an internet radio show in the mid 2000’s on the Hal Turner Radio Network. Hal Turner was a paid informant and agent provocateur of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.).
  5. Tom Metzger admitted to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (C.B.C.) television program The Fifth Estate in 1994 that he received a large amount of money in 1992 from Grant Bristow. Grant Bristow was a paid informant and agent provocateur of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (C.S.I.S.)

Metzger was born and raised in Indiana.[5] He served in the U.S. Army from 1961 until 1964 when he moved to Southern California to work in the electronics industry.[5] For a short time, he was a member of the right-wing group the John Birch Society, and attended anti-Communist luncheon meetings sponsored by the Douglas Aircraft Corporation.[5]

Metzger claims C.S.I.S.’ man also gave him money, but he won’t say how much.
“Believe me, it was enough money that the average Canadian taxpayer, would be shocked. If an agent comes to us and he is working for the government and he wants to give us money, with no uh, strings attached, uh, we take it. With enemies like these people, who needs friends.”

Alisher Mukhitdinov’s Connections to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (M.F.A.)

Alisher lives in the affluent area of Tverskoy, Moscow. He is the son of a Russian diplomat of Uzbek extraction, and was sent to an elitist school for the children of high level Russian government figures. After this, he dropped out of two universities. From around 2008, he became involved with DeviantArt, and founded the ‘Black Bones’, a small fetishist circle jerk. Until 2011, he was involved with the International Third Positionist Federation, and in September of that year founded Iron March, the internet’s only ‘fascist’ forum.

Eustace Mullins’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

In December 1942 he enlisted in the military as a Warrant Officer at Charlottesville, Virginia. He was a veteran of the United States Army Air Forces, serving thirty-eight months during World War II.

In most of his self-written biographical sketches Mullins described himself as “a veteran of the United States Air Force with 38 months of active service during World War II.”
However, according to his military service records at the Military Personnel Records Center (St. Louis MO):
Mullins served in the Army Air Corps from 1/2/43 until 2/5/46. He served as a Clerk-Typist but had no foreign service.
He received “two Summary Court-Martials” for being AWOL and for failure to report to an appointed place.
During his military service, he was hospitalized upon two different occasions:
(1) September 11, 1943 – September 17, 1943 = he was hospitalized with a diagnosis of “constitution psychopathic state, inadequate personality, EPTI” [EPTI=existing prior to induction]
(2) December 14, 1944 – February 29, 1945 = he was hospitalized with a diagnosis of “constitutional psychopathic state, unqualified, EPTI”
According to the American Psychiatric Association:
“Individuals who resemble this personality disorder type seek power over others and will manipulate, exploit, deceive, con, or otherwise take advantage, in order to inflict harm or to achieve their goals. An arrogant, self-centered, and entitled attitude is pervasive, along with callousness and little empathy for others’ needs or feelings. Rights, property, or safety of others is disregarded, with little or no remorse or guilt if others are harmed. Emotional expression is mostly limited to irritability, anger, and hostility; acknowledgement and articulation of other emotions, such as love or anxiety, are rare. There is little insight into motivations and an impaired ability to consider alternative interpretations of experience.”
During his second hospitalization, Mullins was brought in as a prisoner. At the time of his arrest he had in his possession a gun and bullets and according to his service records “he made the statement to two officers that he had purchased the revolver with the intention of committing suicide sometime during the afternoon of his arrest…His reason was because he was tired of living.”
The doctors who treated him concluded that he exhibited “both psychopathic and neurotic trends, both due to the same dynamic latent homosexuality…”
Among his symptoms: having to urinate while sitting down, dreams of snakes, castration anxiety, fear of going blind and heart failure.
“The case was presented to the Section VIII Board for disposition and after a two to two deadlock, patient was ordered back to duty.”
Mullins asked another patient on his ward who was diagnosed “as dementia praecox, hebephrenic type” to steal his (Mullins’) chart and destroy it.
“After completion of various tests, Mullins was determined to be a ‘malingerer’ and that disciplinary action rather than medical action should be taken.”

Timothy Murdock’s and Robert Whitaker’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

National Action’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

On Tuesday, Thomas was sentenced to more than six years in prison, according to the BBC. His wife will serve five years.

Underscoring the threat, police announced the conviction of two other members of National Action: Mikko Vehvilainen and Alex Deakin.
Vehvilainen, 34, a Finland native, was a lance corporal in the British army who had “access to young men who could be radicalized and recruited into the group. He was an incredibly dangerous individual and a key part of the National Action strategy,” according to Ward.
Thomas had tried twice to join the military but was rejected both times.

National Bolshevik Party’s Connections to the Russian Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

National Democratic Party of Germany’s Connections to the German Federal Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.) and German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (F.O.P.C.)

Paul Nehlen’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Sergei Nilus’s Connections to the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (M.I.A.)

In 1906 Nilus married Yelena Alexandrovna Ozerova, who had served as a lady-in-waiting to Alexandra Feodorovna, last empress of Russia. …

…Gottfried zur Beek [pseud. of Ludwig Müller], who introduced the German edition of the Protocols in 1919, declared Nilus an employee of the Russian secret police (Okhrana). …

Nilus offered little help in the way of determining the origin of this manuscript, offering a variety of contradictory stories. First, he asserted that a friend in the Okhrana, or Russian secret police, took it from a whole book of protocols found in a Zionist stronghold in France. …

As scholars have since theorized, reactionary conservative members of Tsar Nicholas II’s court with connections to the Okhrana secret police—Pyotr Rachkovsky, head of the secret police, has been named—likely conceived of the Protocols as a means of turning the Tsar against the liberal influences in his court. Thus they turned to their propagandists in France, and some have identified the forger Mathieu Golovinski as a likely candidate for the Protocols’ plagiarism. Golovinski started his career manufacturing evidence for the state police and continued with the Orthodox Church’s Holy Synod, producing fake news articles for that organization’s propaganda campaign against modernization, liberalism, socialism, and, of course, what many already saw as Jewish influence on Russian society. And later in his career, while in exile in Paris, writing false stories to be planted in the foreign press, it is theorized that Rachkovsky or some conservative member of the Tsar’s court, or perhaps one of their representatives in the Okhrana, tasked him with creating a document that would appear to be proof of a Jewish plot to modernize and liberalize Russia to terrible ends, all for the sole purpose of scaring the Tsar into a firmer and more conservative rule.

There is no evidence as to how the Geneva Dialogues reached Russia. The following theory may be suggested.
The Third Napoleon’s secret police, many of whom were Corsicans, must have known the existence of the Dialogues and almost certainly obtained them from some of the many persons arrested on the charge of political conspiracy during the reign of Napoleon III. In the last two decades of the 19th century and in the early years of the 20th there were always a few Corsicans in the Palace Police of the Tsar, and in the Russian secret service. Combining courage with secretiveness, a high average of intelligence with fidelity to his chief, the Corsican makes a first-class secret agent or bodyguard. It is not improbable that Corsicans who had been in the service of Napoleon III., or who had had kinsmen in his secret service, brought the Geneva Dialogues to Russia, where some member of the Okhrana or some Court official obtained possession of them. But this is only a theory.

…This gives the impression that the real writer of the Protocols, who does not seem to have had anything to do with Nilus and may have been some quite unimportant précis writer employed by the Court or by the Okhrana, was obliged to paraphrase tho original at short notice. …

But the principal importance of the Protocols was their use during the first Russian revolution. This revolution was supported by the Jewish element in Russia, notably by the Jewish Bund. The Okhrana organization knew this perfectly well; it had its Jewish and crypto-Jewish agents, one of whom afterwards assassinated M. Stolypin; it was in league with the powerful Conservative faction; with its allies it sought to gain the Tsar’s ear. For many years before the Russian revolution of 1905-1906 there had been a tale of a secret council of Rabbis who plotted ceaselessly against the Orthodox. The publication of the Protocols in 1905 certainly came at an opportune moment for the Conservatives. It is said by some Russians that the manuscript of the Protocols was communicated to the Tsar early in 1905, and that its communication contributed to the fall of the Liberal Prince Sviatopolk-Mirski in that year and the subsequent strong reactionary movement. However that may be, the date and place of publication of Nilus’s first edition of the Protocols are most significant now that we know that the originals which were given him were simply paraphrases.

The following conclusions are, therefore, forced upon any reader of the two books who has studied Nilus’s account of the origin of the Protocols and has some acquaintance with Russian history in the years preceding the revolution of 1905-6:—
1. The Protocols are largely a paraphrase of the book here provisionally called the “Geneva Dialogues.”
2. They were designed to foster the belief among Russian Conservatives, and especially in Court circles, that the prime cause of discontent among the politically minded elements in Russia was not the repressive policy of the bureaucracy, but a world-wide Jewish conspiracy. They thus served as a weapon against the Russian Liberals, who urged the Tsar to make certain, concessions to the intelligentsia.
3. The Protocols were paraphrased very hastily and carelessly.
4. Such portions of the Protocols as were not derived from the Geneva Dialogues were probably supplied by the Okhrana, which organization very possibly obtained them from the many Jews it employed to spy on their coreligionists.
So much for the Protocols. They have done harm not so much, in the writer’s opinion, by arousing anti-Jewish feeling, which is older than the Protocols and will persist in all countries where there is a Jewish problem until that problem is solved; rather, they have done harm by persuading all sorts of mostly well-to-do people that every recent manifestation of discontent on the part of the poor is an unnatural phenomenon, a factitious agitation caused by a secret society of Jews.

The author of the “Protocols” simply copied from the “Dialogues” a number of passages in which Machiavelli is made to enunciate the doctrines and tactics of despotism as they were at that time practised by Napoleon, and put them into the mouth of an imaginary Jewish Elder. There can be little doubt that the forgery was perpetrated by some member of the Russian Secret Police. Nilus, who may have acted in good faith, declared that the manuscript of the “Protocols” had been given him by an official named Alexander Sukhotin, who professed to have received it from a woman who had stolen it from an Elder of Zion. On the leather back of the copy of the “Dialogues” sent us by our Correspondent we notice the letters A.S., and, seeing that the book was bought from an ex-officer of the Secret Police, it seems possible that this copy belonged at one time to Sukhotin, and that it was the copy actually used in the compilation of the “Protocols.” For many years there was a close connexion between the Russian and the French police, and one of the confiscated copies of Joly’s book may easily have falled into the hands of a Russian agent—such as Rachkovsky, at one time head of the Russian Secret Police in Paris, to whom other and more clumsy forgeries have been traced—and may have inspired him to invent a weapon for use against Jewish revolutionaries. At any rate, the fact of the plagiarism has now been conclusively established, and the legend may be allowed to pass into oblivion. The historical interest of the discovery is considerable, though, as we have indicated, it does not, in our opinion, affect the Jewish problem, which happily, in this country, cannot be said to exist in its Continental form.

Hiroyuki Nishimura’s Connections to the Liberal Democratic Party (L.D.P.) and Japanese Government

In Japan, giant discussion site with 230 million page views per day, 2channel has played an important role on the Web site seen for 15 years. This is an anonymous textboard, attracting the biggest traffic in the country.
Since Feb 19, 2014, however, conflict between the Hiroyuki Nishimura (the founder of 2channel who had been manager) and his bussiness partner Jim Watkins (ex-U.S Army officer) on its administration and ownership suddenly became clear. Consequently, Mr. Jim secured its domain name, administrative right and everything by the surprise attack strategy exploiting his SE status of 2channel. He successively expelled Nishimura from the site Jim had been maintained, completely.
Thorough this internal strife, existing of the paid service to delete postings of 2channel was uncovered in April 2, by a sudden announcement of Hiroyuki’s business partner, Mr Uchiyama who is Hottolink, Inc‘s president .
Mr. Uchiyama’s company, Hottolink has been tied up with 2channel by exclusive contract and offered the monitoring and deletion of negative voice against its customers. And it was detected that among the customers, Japan’s Government Party LDP was listed, by the anonymous 2channel user. Actually, this privileged access to delete the opinions had not been known by almost all the usual internet users and gave a sensation.
This service is, though its overall figure unknown, thought to be getting the access to the administrators.
Further, according to the Hottolink,the DATAs are supplied exclusively from 2 channel. For anyone can see the 2channel’s posting freely, one question occurs. “What kind of datas did the ex-administration member sold?” They may have included personal datas Hiroyuki collected without announcement to users.” This suspect is fortified by the 2013 scandal of 40000 customer data leakage in 2channel; administrators recorded the user name, address, phone number ,post logs, credit card number and credit card security code without the user’s consent. (For what sake had they collected massive personal datas except for selling them?)
Among the shady channel – Hottolink’s customers listed Japan’s Government Party LDP side by side with business giants. And as for official announcements below stated, LDP started using the service offered by the Hottolink in 2013 House of Councilors poll.
Then, the contraction and money goes from LDP to Hottolink and then Hiroyuki owned 2channel. Therefore, the sponsor of the 2channel is, in reality, Japan’s Government Party LDP. (Those disclosures were shocking because in its official announcement, 2channel is a discussion board of no commercial interest, administrations have been done by unpaid volunteer, and everybody was told the highest value of the board is nothing but an independent, FREE SPEECH.)
Then, further suspicion occurs; how did the scope of actual services go? One serious issue is, whether or not Hiroyuki gave a privileged deal to the Government Party LDP. Hottolink officially boosts they can control and “extinguish the fire” of harsh criticism in the internet community.
If so, had not they abused the data from 2channnel adinistrators to stop the spreads of information or opinion Japanese government disliked? Also, in some 2channel board, administrators (they have the special access to make a “thread,” agenda in 2chnannnel) intentionally dismissed to set up a topic, arbitrary deleted the comments or, thread a to which Japanese government Party LDP did not want to make an forum agenda. So, the LDP sponsored Hiroyuki may manipulated the opinions of self alleged independent discussion board.
This hypothesis is now not as absurd as it had sounded. As WSJ pointed out, it is widely recognized that Japan somehow got to be right winged. And this tendency had been more strong in the 2channel (where hate speech is prevalent). Also, anti-nuclear activists or politicians (like Naoto Kan, Mizuho Fukushima, Junichiro Koizumi) were fiercely defamed. But now, queerly, the attacks against those figures suddenly ceased since LDP tied Hiroyuki lost his administration right of 2channel.
The screen shot above is the 1st page of google result when you search “South Korea history” in Japanese. Most of the results are nationalistic hate speeches to the South Korea. They consist of 2channel and its affiliate allied copy web site led by Hiroyuki and his business partners (including Dwango group where LDP politician Aso Taros’ son and nephew’s are joining in the board. Aso Taro is an ex-PM of Japan and now both vice president and Minister of Financial Affairs. Also Mr. Aso’s son and wife hold 19% stocks of Dwango group’s sales division company, Extone.) And also, Google’s 1st suggest candidate when you put “South Korea history” is “South Korea history fabrication.”
Propaganda activity in the internet world is not the Japan’s specific syndrome, according to Mr. Edward Snowden leakage.
In my observation, many governments are obsessed about penetration and controlling operation in the internet discourse, secretly. Now, 2channel is completely “occupied” by ex U.S. Army officer Mr. Jim.
Both 2channnel and SNS may not be idealistic forums of discourse as netizens thought. However, we have to face and understand the fact, to make a proper rule and institution of the internet which shall contribute our collective goods.

George Noory’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Noory grew up in Detroit with two younger sisters,[1] the son of a Lebanese Egyptian who worked at Ford Motor Company and a Lebanese American mother.[2] He was raised Roman Catholic.[2] He became interested with the paranormal and ufology as a child[3] and joined the UFO organization NICAP as a teenager.[3] He attended the University of Detroit, spending two years in the pre-dental program before switching his major to Communications.[1] He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1972.[1] Noory served nine years in the United States Naval Reserve as a lieutenant.[3][4]

In St. Louis, Noory formed Norcom Entertainment, Inc., a company that developed and marketed video training films to law enforcement and security agencies.[7] In 1987, Noory and his partners in Norcom Restaurants, Inc.[8] opened the Café Marrakesh and Oasis Bar in Brentwood, Missouri. The restaurant’s theme revolved around a fictional English soldier, Col. William Berry, who opened the establishment following an exciting secret mission to Marrakesh.[9]

Nordic Resistance Movement’s Connections to the Norwegian Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Revilo Oliver’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

He said he had been conservative since 1936 but really began to take the Communist threat seriously while he was “in an extremely secret intelligence agency during the so‐called Second World War.” He added that the agency, which he said was still too secret to name, was not the Office of Strategic Services, which he called “the Office of Soviet Stooges.” He said that the Central Intelligence Agency had since absorbed the agency he was in.
Pentagon records show that he was a “civilian research analyst (crypto analytical)” in the “Army Signal Services at large” in Arlington, Va., from 1942 to 1945.

Mr. Jenner: I see. During the war did you have some special assignment militarily oriented or Government oriented?
Mr. Oliver: Yes; during the war I was on leave from the university for service with the War Department.
Mr. Jenner: And without revealing any secrets, would you tell us the general nature of that?
Mr. Oliver: The general nature of that was work that is supposedly secret in nature. I can only say I was with the War Department and that the offices in which I principally worked were located on Lee Boulevard in Arlington, and not in the Pentagon.
Mr. Jenner: Was this civilian oriented rather than army oriented?
Mr. Oliver: I was a civilian expert. It was, however, an Army establishment under the command of a general.
Mr. Jenner: What was that, research work?
Mr. Oliver: Yes; under the command of a brigadier general, I should say.
Mr. Jenner: This research work, did that involve any work of investigating or inquiring into the commission of crimes or conspiracies, work of that nature?
Mr. Oliver: Not actual investigation on my part.
Mr. Jenner: But.
Mr. Oliver: It involved the use of the results of the investigations of others.
Mr. Jenner: So that you had experience in examining investigators’ reports and reaching judgments from those reports?
Mr. Oliver: Yes.
Mr. Jenner: And reporting your judgment to your superiors?
Mr. Oliver: That is right.

Patriot Front’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Patriot Front formed after Charlottesville, and leaked messages reveal members are getting trained like they’re in boot camp.
A leader of an emerging white-supremacist group is a Marine veteran who uses his military experience to train other extremist recruits in military tactics, leaked messages show.
Erik Sailors is the head of a Texas chapter of Patriot Front, a white-supremacist group that splintered from one of the main groups at the deadly white-power rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last year. Sailors gives “hip-pocket classes” (short, informal military class) to white nationalists, from the “gear list” of what members should bring to protests (Marine Corps-issued combat boots and decontaminate wipes) to lessons in mixed martial arts and hand-to-hand combat techniques, the leaked messages reveal.
The inner workings of Patriot Front and Sailors’ role were revealed after thousands of chat messages from Discord servers, a popular internet chat platform used by both white supremacists and neo-Nazis, were leaked to Unicorn Riot, a nonprofit media organization.
Sailors was identified the The Intercept’s Shaun King in a series of social media posts in May. King and others also flagged photographs from a September 2017 Patriot Front protest outside a Houston community center that was hosting an Anarchist Book Fair.
The photographs do not show Sailors’ face, however, the intricate tattoo work on his right arm is visible. Sailors was also wearing his Marine Corps-issued combat boots during the event.
The Daily Beast compared pictures from the Houston protest to family portraits and other photographs of Sailors at different white-supremacy protests, along with interviewing multiple military and civilian sources that confirmed his identity.
Sailors wrote on Discord that he “hazes” new members of Patriot Front through physical training. Physical fitness is paramount to Sailors, who often gives advice to other Patriot Front members on how to eat or what supplements to take while in the gym in order to prepare for future missions.
“Any operations I plan in the future will involve running. Be prepared,” Sailors wrote in November 2017.
Sailors wrote being physically fit is also a recruiting method to draw women.
“We should look good and be attractive to attract women to the movement, but shouldn’t be specifically targeting them.”
Marine Corps officials said Sailors enlisted in 2011 before transitioning to the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) in 2016. Unlike active-duty or reserve forces, most IRR members have been discharged but can be recalled to active duty. While military regulations prohibit personnel from “actively advocating supremacist, extremist, or criminal gang doctrine, ideology, or causes,” it doesn’t apply to the IRR.
Sailors’ veteran status was first reported by The University Star, the college newspaper for Texas State University at San Marcos.
“There is no place for racial hatred or extremism in the Marine Corps. Our strength is derived from the individual excellence of every Marine regardless of background,” said Marine spokesman Maj. Brian Block.
Patriot Front was formed a few months after the 2017 Charlottesville protests by Thomas Ryan Rousseau, 19, who has been monitored by the FBI since May 2017, when he was still a student at Coppell High School in Dallas, according to records obtained by the Texas Observer.
Since Charlottesville, Patriot Front has had physical clashes with protesters in Austin and anti-fascist groups in Houston. Last year, white-nationalist figure Richard Spencer hired Patriot Front for personal security while speaking at the University of Florida.
Rousseau led American Vanguard members during the chaos at the Unite the Right rally, and was ousted from the ranks after internal leadership dissolved into turmoil.
American Vanguard is led by former Marine recruiter, Staff Sgt. Dillon Ulysses Hopper, who rotated out of the military in January 2017. The neo-Nazi group rose to infamy after Army recruit washout James Alex Fields Jr., 20, allegedly rammed a car into a crowd of protesters in Charlottesville, killing Heather Heyer. (American Vanguard denied that Fields was a member of the group, but Fields was seen marching with Vanguard members and displaying its logo.)
“They [Patriot Front] are not neo-Nazis,” Carla Hill, a senior investigative researcher with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) told The Daily Beast. “While you will see an individual or two use neo-Nazis rhetoric, it’s not their primary ideological thrust. Neo-Nazis fundamentally worship Adolf Hitler and ultimately want to change the current governmental structure in place. Patriot Front, on the other hand, wants the current governmental structure to stay intact, but return to the time of the country’s founding, when white dominance was prevalent.”
A little over two weeks after the violent clashes, Patriot Front would form—with Sailors being one of its first members.
Sailors is the latest Marine to be identified and connected to a white-supremacist or neo-Nazi group.
Last month, a joint story by ProPublica and Frontline launched a Naval Criminal Investigative Service investigation after discovering Marine Lance Cpl. Vasillios Pistolis, 19, participated in the Charlottesville violence. (Two other Marine veterans linked to the Charlottesville protests were arrested for misdemeanors.)
In April, Sgt. Michael Chesny, 35, an explosive ordnance disposal specialist, was drummed out of the Corps after being arrested in North Carolina, along with Marine Staff Sgt. Joseph Manning, 32, at a “Confederate Memorial Day” rally. The two Marines hung a white-nationalist symbol and slogans associated from a downtown building, as The Daily Beast previously reported.
The San Marcos Daily Record provided The Daily Beast with local police reports and criminal-trespass warnings issued to members of Patriot Front.
The reports show police gave Sailors, Paul Gray, a neo-Nazi enthusiast, and Andrew Liebenow criminal-trespass warnings for plastering white-supremacy fliers on Texas State University at San Marcos, where Sailors was a student until spring 2017.
Five other individuals were also given criminal-trespass warnings from Texas State University Police Department. However, they declined to unredact the five individuals who were cited; the community accused the university of protecting white supremacists.
An email obtained by The Daily Beast shows that the FBI in May 2017 was inquiring about the activities of Sailors, Rousseau, and other Patriot Front members at other college campuses in Texas, stemming from the fliers distributed at Texas State University.
The ADL has found that Patriot Front’s influence and propaganda has been found on college campuses in California, Delaware, Florida, New Jersey, Washington state, and South Carolina.
The U.S. military has historically been concerned about gang members and extremists joining their ranks to gain tactical knowledge and increase the lethality of their militant organizations.
A 2008 FBI intelligence assessment found that military experience was evident in the white-supremacy movement (PDF), ranging from “failure at basic training to success in special-operations forces.”
“FBI reporting indicates extremist leaders have historically favored recruiting active and former military personnel for their knowledge of firearms, explosives, and tactical skills and their access to weapons and intelligence in preparation for an anticipated war against the federal government, Jews, and people of color,” the report said, adding, “FBI cases also document instances of active-duty military personnel having volunteered their professional resources to white-supremacist causes.”

Patriot Prayer’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Elysa Sanchez, who is black and Puerto Rican, attended the “Liberty or Death Rally Against Left-Wing Violence” in Seattle on Aug. 18, joining about 20 militiamen open-carrying handguns and semi-automatic rifles.
Sanchez says, “If black people are committing more murders, more robberies, more thefts, more violent crime, that’s why you would see more black men having encounters with the police.”

Daniel HoSang says some people of color are drawn to the far-right because they “identify with the military, with nationalism, with patriotism, with conservatism.”
Wearing a Proud Boys hat, David Nopal, 23, came to the Seattle rally alone, like others. Nopal, whose parents crossed illegally from Mexico, said, “I’m very patriotic. The U.S. isn’t perfect, but we are a hell of a lot better than other countries.”
Sanchez comes from a military family. “They all love America. It’s a big part of the reason I’m a patriot.”

Ronald Paul’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Paul earned a Doctor of Medicine degree from Duke University’s School of Medicine in 1961, and completed his medical internship at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Magee-Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh.[17][18] Paul served as a flight surgeon in the United States Air Force from 1963 to 1965 and then in the United States Air National Guard from 1965 to 1968. Paul and his wife then relocated to Texas, where he began a private practice in obstetrics and gynecology.[18]

P.E.G.I.D.A.’s Connections to the German Federal Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.), French Ministry of the Armed Forces (M.A.F.), U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.), and Canadian Armed Forces (C.A.F.)

Michael Peinovich’s and Amy Friedman’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.), U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.), and Israel Defense Forces (I.D.F.)

  1. Mike Enoch was employed by Oddcast, a corporation which was founded by an Israel Defense Forces special operations soldier (Adi Sideman), exclusively employs Israel Defense Forces intelligence officers (including Unit 8200 operatives), and functions as a de facto Israeli military intelligence front company.
  2. Mike Enoch was employed by Burrelle’s Information Services, a corporation which is controlled by a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency officer (Robert C. Waggoner), contracts for multiple U.S. Department of Defense agencies (including all four military branches), and functions as a de facto United States military intelligence front company.
  3. Ames Friedman was employed by JIMPACT Enterprises / Jim Smith, Jr. International, a corporation which contracts for the U.S. National Security Agency, employs a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency contractor (Marie Amey-Taylor), a Royal Canadian Mounted Police contractor (Allison Manswell), and functions as a de facto United States military intelligence front company.
  4. Ames Friedman was employed by America Online and NBC Universal, two large American media corporations in which deep cover U.S. Central Intelligence Agency operatives are frequently embedded.

“You know a lot of these guys are actual literal like military experience…”

“And we have guys some of whom are ex-military some of whom are ex law enforcement…”

“I’ve spoken to guys a lot of ex-military guys are in the alt-right and a lot of them have killed Arabs…”

Meanwhile, Peinovich’s ancestors fought against the Nazis and racism. His namesake grandfather served as a U.S. Army pilot in World War II, according to Gleissner. His great-grandfather, Peter B. Garberg, was a state’s attorney in North Dakota and was active in driving the KKK out of the state in the 1930s, Gleissner added.

I’m at Ad:Tech in San Francisco today, one of the largest conferences on digital media and advertising. I came here to see the greatest and latest of online advertising and site monetization. I was happy to see that nine Israeli companies are exhibiting in the conference. Below is a quick background on each one, from ad tech’s site:

Oddcast is the leading provider of speaking avatar-based products designed for viral marketing, user generated content, website conversion, elearning, social networks and mobile. Oddcast serves over 200 million characters a month, and has over 9,000 customers including many of the most recognizable consumer brands. Oddcast was co founded by Adi and Gil Sideman. Hear a message from the virtual Adi Sideman here.

Adi Sideman, President & CEO
Gil Sideman, Chief Technology Officer
Gil holds both a BA and an MS in computer science, both cum laude, from Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

The company was founded in 1999 by former Israeli army paratrooper and documentary filmmaker Adi Sideman, who as of 2012 is the company’s chief executive officer.

Fellow Israelis breeze in and out of a far door. “Captain,” Adi says, nodding seriously at one. “The Unit,” he says of another, referring to an Israeli secret service. A third was in naval intelligence. Adi himself had been an Army special-forces paratrooper.

“There is quite an incredible spread of relationships,” former CIA intelligence officer William Bader informed a US Senate Intelligence Committee investigating the CIA’s infiltration of the nation’s journalistic outlets. “You don’t need to manipulate Time magazine, for example, because there are Agency people at the management level.” Carl Bernstein, “The CIA and the Media.”

Department of the Air Force
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
United States Coast Guard
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Government Accountability Office


ROBERT C. WAGGONER: Mr. Waggoner is President of Burrelle’s Information Services. He is also Chairman of Video Monitoring Services of America, Inc.

And as if all that weren’t enough, Waggoner has been an active member of the Council on Foreign Relations for 25 years, traveling with that organization to Ukraine, Afghanistan, and NATO, CIA, Air Force and Navy bases.

The C-suite’s expectations of PR pros, more effective ways for PR to leverage Big Data, and the continuing under-appreciation of listening on social channels were among topics tackled as Chris Foster, VP at Booz Allen Hamilton, spoke with PRWeek managing editor Gideon Fidelzeid prior to the BurrellesLuce-hosted roundtable.

– APTA (American Public Transportation Association)
– Bureau of Land Management
– Jamaica Customer Service Association (JaCSA)
– National Security Agency

Dr. Marie Amey-Taylor – Senior Trainer
She has provided consulting services for a wide range of clients from the CIA to PriceWaterhouseCoopers throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, South America and the Middle East. She is the founder and director of InterACTion, an improvisational theater troupe and training group. The troupe has received national recognition. InterACTion’s clients have included educational institutions, businesses, government agencies and professional associations.
Allison V. Manswell – Senior Trainer
She received her BA in Justice and Law Enforcement from the University of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, MB. She earned her Masters degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Managerial leadership, from City University in Bellevue, WA. Early in her career she worked with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
James Charney – Leadership and Communication Consultant
James is a consultant and entrepreneur focused on cross-cultural leadership and communication related to China. His unique experience in China working for an American multinational in business development and risk management combined with his experience as the head of strategy and marketing for a local Chinese company has given him unique insight into the challenges businesses face from a cross-cultural perspective related to leadership and communication. He is known for providing deep insight into the cultural complexities of running a multinational organization and working with business partners that have conflicting cultural norms and expectations.
Laura Putnam – Senior Trainer
Laura draws from her varied background in the fields of education, public policy and movement. In the sphere of education, she is an international teacher trainer, developing and conducting workshops around the world, including Africa and Central America. In addition to broadening her cross-cultural perspective, this travel helps to hone her language skills: she is fluent in French, conversant in Italian and Spanish, and familiar with several African languages. Previously, Laura taught in inner-city high schools, as well as a junior secondary school in a small village in West Africa. In addition, she was executive director of a nonprofit youth-leadership organization that was featured by President George Bush’s Points of Light Foundation. In the area of public policy, she worked with both the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Laura holds a Bachelor’s degree from Stanford University in International Relations and a Masters in Education from Brown University.

Ames is a leading expert and entrepreneur in the fields of digital media, online marketing, and social media, who has leveraged her passion and wealth of expertise for over 15 years working with major media companies, small businesses and not-for-profits to attract customers, engage target audiences and create tangible results that reach and surpass business goals for her clients. As Chief Marketing Officer at Jim Smith, Jr. International, Ames has been ignited by the inspiration engine that is Jim Smith, Jr. to bring to bear her understanding of audience development in the online space to engage and activate Jim’s clients and customers in the US and abroad. “Having been JIMPACTed myself, I am inspired and driven to bring such a wholly transformative experience to others by evangelizing for Jim Smith, Jr. International and bringing Jim himself to connect with new audiences around the world.”
Prior to her work with Jim Smith, Jr. International, Ames enjoyed a pioneering career in new media. First, she worked with the original web powerhouse, AOL, as a Director leading editorial, product and business management. Ames was inspired by her first love of live music to create and launch the world’s first online ticketing website to combine tickets to live events from all of North America’s widely varied ticketing vendors under one roof, creating a seamless, effortless solution for consumers – a game-changer in the industry. Having revolutionized online ticket-buying, she next set her sights on the Hyper-Local industry with AOL CityGuide, one of the original leaders in local content online. Next, with a focus on new trends in advertising and marketing swiftly changing the marketplace, she directed business management at AOL Music, the influential music website that gave birth to such blogs as Spinner.com and PopEater.com.
Her reputation as a creative leader in launching online properties for major media companies led NBC to romance Ames to join their NBC Local Media group, where she combined her passions for the entertainment industry and her deep knowledge of the local sphere to relaunch NBC’s local news channel websites with a groundbreaking approach combining blogging, crowd-sourcing, social media and trends in advertising and marketing with their traditional hard news coverage. With NBC, she led online coverage of the historic election of Barack Obama, a life-changing experience for Ames.
Ames has a Bachelor of Arts from University of Massachusetts at Amherst, having graduated with honors in the fields of English and Art History. She then tried her hand at rockstardom as lead singer and songwriter for a band in the Boston music scene for over a decade, which significantly informed the later pursuit of her passion for live music and her drive to connect audiences with their passions through online media. Now Ames is revolutionizing Jim Smith, Jr. International’s presence online.

Michael Peinovich’s Jewish Ethnicity

“But, but in terms of who’s gonna be part of this movement, I – I would say yeah – like, you know – it’s gotta be white people, a – and really Jews should be excluded and – and if you’re gonna – uh – let in a – uh, mixed – a mixed Jewish person they really have to have done something to earn that. You know. And I think that in my case, I did.”

“Yo, uh, I used the word ‘Jewed’ in that kinda context, basically, my whole life. And, even amongst other Jews I used the word ‘Jew’ that way.”

“One of the issues that was brought up is, we’ve had people who’ve been removed – uh – from the forums because they were Jewish or partly of Jewish ancestry, who had renounced their ancestry, in the past. I mean that’s something that’s been brought up on the show before. And – you mean – that’s an obvious conflict. I mean is that something that can be addressed?”
“Um, you know, I – I didn’t – I actually, had never heard that before? Um – I think that – in – in these – in, cases like this it’s really – like – you’ve gotta – you gotta – just – you know – I mean there’s – there’s an absolute purest stance which is like, ‘They’re simply not allowed,’ in which case I have to go.”

Ella Peinovich’s Covert Mission in Nairobi, Kenya for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

William Pierce’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

William Luther Pierce III was born on September 11, 1933, to a Presbyterian[5][6][7] family of English and Scotch-Irish descent in Atlanta, Georgia, the son of William Luther Pierce Jr. and Marguerite Farrell. Pierce’s younger brother, Sanders, an engineer, was born in 1936, and later assisted Pierce in his political activities.[8] His father was born in Christiansburg, Virginia in 1892. His mother was born in Richland, Georgia in 1910, with her family being part of the aristocracy of the Old South, descendants of Thomas H. Watts, the Governor of Alabama and Attorney General of the Confederate States of America.[9] After the American Civil War, the family lived a working-class existence.[10] Pierce’s father once served as a government representative on ocean-going cargo ships and sent reports back to Washington, D.C.;[11] he later became manager of an insurance agency but was killed in a car accident in 1942.[12] After the elder Pierce’s death, the family moved to Montgomery, Alabama and then to Dallas, Texas.[13]
Pierce performed well academically in school, skipping one grade. His last two years in high school were spent in a military academy.[14] As a teenager his hobbies and interests were model rockets, chemistry, radios, electronics, and reading science fiction.[11] His first aspiration was to become an astronaut.[15]
After finishing military school in 1951, Pierce worked briefly in an oil field as a roustabout. He was injured when a four-inch (10 cm) pipe fell on his hand, and he spent the rest of that summer working as a shoe salesman.[16] Pierce earned a scholarship to attend Rice University in Houston, Texas. He graduated from Rice in 1955 with a baccalaureate in physics.[17][18] He worked at the Los Alamos National Laboratory before attending graduate school, first at Caltech and then the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado, where he earned his doctorate in 1962.[17] He taught physics as an assistant professor at Oregon State University from 1962 to 1965.[19]

His tenure as assistant professor at Oregon State University (1962–1965) coincided with the rise of two social movements, the Civil Rights Movement and the Anti-Vietnam War movement, which he regarded as Jewish-led, communist-inspired, and a threat to European Americans. He was briefly a member of the anti-communist John Birch Society in 1962,[20] but eventually resigned. In 1965, in order to finance his political ambitions, Pierce left his tenure at Oregon State University and relocated to North Haven, Connecticut, to work as a senior researcher at the Advanced Materials Research and Development Laboratory of aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney.[13]

Ezra Pound’s Connections to the U.S. Department of War and U.S. Government (U.S.G.)

…Ezra’s grandfather, Thaddeus Coleman Pound (1832–1914), was a Republican Congressman from northwest Wisconsin who had made and lost a fortune in the lumber business. …

Between 1897 and 1900 Pound attended Cheltenham Military Academy, sometimes as a boarder, where he specialized in Latin. The boys wore Civil War-style uniforms and besides Latin were taught English, history, arithmetic, marksmanship, military drilling and the importance of submitting to authority. Pound made his first trip overseas in mid-1898 when he was 13, a three-month tour of Europe with his mother and Frances Weston (Aunt Frank), who took him to England, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and Italy.[10] After the academy he may have attended Cheltenham Township High School for one year, and in 1901, aged 15, he was admitted to the University of Pennsylvania’s College of Liberal Arts.[11]

…Pound spent three weeks in Madrid in various libraries, including one in the royal palace. There, on 31 May 1906, he happened to be standing outside when the attempted assassination of King Alfonso took place, and Pound subsequently left the country for fear he would be identified with the anarchists. After Spain he spent two weeks in Paris, attending lectures at the Sorbonne, followed by a week in London.[19]

…In April 1939 he sailed for New York, believing he could stop America’s involvement in World War II, happy to answer reporters’ questions about Mussolini while he lounged on the deck of the ship in a tweed jacket. He traveled to Washington, D.C., where he met senators and congressmen. His daughter, Mary, said that he had acted out of a sense of responsibility, rather than megalomania; he was offered no encouragement, and was left feeling depressed and frustrated.[107]

Pound broadcast over Rome Radio, although the Italian government was at first reluctant, concerned that he might be a double agent. He told a friend: “It took me, I think it was, two years, insistence and wrangling etc., to get hold of their microphone.”[111]…

Although Pound repudiated his antisemitism in public, he maintained his views in private. He refused to talk to psychiatrists with Jewish-sounding names, dismissed people he disliked as “Jews”, and urged visitors to read the Protocols of the Elders of Zion (1903), a forgery claiming to represent a Jewish plan for world domination.[124] He struck up a friendship with the conspiracy theorist and antisemite Eustace Mullins, believed to be associated with the Aryan League of America, and author of the 1961 biography This Difficult Individual, Ezra Pound.[133]

Christopher Poole’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Enoch Powell’s Connections to the British Intelligence Corps (B.I.C.) and U.K. Ministry of Defense (M.O.D.)

“Hipster Racist’s” Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

But I’ll give you one better than that. I worked next to a guy that worked for SAIC – just look up SAIC, huge defense contractor, very spooky, likely CIA ties.

Even better: my friendship/family links are as close to the CIA’s as the Boston Bombers and Omar Mahteen – closer even. And if you think the DOD is somehow the center of this conspiracy – you got me. My old dad worked his entire life for DOD.

And don’t even get me started on NSA – I’m virtually certain that I’ve had paychecks signed by NSA contractors.

So, the take away is this: AryanSkynet is a CIA/NSA/DOD-linked operation…

“Karl Radl’s” Connections to the British Intelligence Corps (I.C.) and U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

I almost went into the British Army as a Military Intelligence Officer (to be (I passed all the exams) but decided instead that I would go to University and start my own firm and see how I felt about things after University.
My brother will be joining RAF (as an Officer (don’t know what he exactly wants to go into) next year when he finally comes of age.

“Karl Radl’s” use of the cryptic number “2508” at the end of his early Stormfront posts (under the handle “Victates”) is a coded numerical allusion to the following document.

Red Ice’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

“Sure. Well uh, I, my last two jobs with Miles Copeland – he was from I.R.S. Records. He – he is, the family that’s responsible for putting out like Oingo Boingo, The Clash, R.E.M. – basically that whole new wave movement. And he came from a C.I.A. family. So I was his operations manager at his record label, Arc 21 Records, and he was managing lots of bands – so, I helped oversee all of that. And then I also worked for Martin Landau, who was an actor at Miracle Entertainment. So I worked as a producer’s assistant, and I did various jobs on movies – from assistant, to cameraman, and makeup, to art department.”

Steve Crawford
Owner, ChirpOn, LLC
Bend, Oregon | Consumer Goods
U.S. Allegiance, Inc.
1980 – 2015 (35 years)
Leading producer and distributor of licensed consumer products with sales at various times in all U.S. military PX’s worldwide, specializing in products for deployed troops to send home to families, 10,000+ USPS lobbies, and iconic American sites such as Gettysburg and the Alamo. Holding licenses over the period of time with Disney, Marvel, GM, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, the USPS, the Army, Air Force, Navy & Marines, Department of Defense, etc.

  • Lana Lokteff and Henrik Palmgren employed U.S. military personnel travel company Happy Tails Travel, Inc. to transport their pet cat Bijou for them when they relocated to Sweden.
  • Red Ice TV’s weekly feature program Seeking Insight, hosted by Patrick Casey (“Reinhard Wolff”), utilizes a knight chess piece graphical image as its logo. Knight chess piece graphical images are also incorporated into the emblems of several U.S. military organizations: U.S. Army Psychological Operations, U.S. Army Reserve 2nd Psychological Operations Group, U.S. Army 650th Military Intelligence Group, U.S. Army Reserve 505th Military Intelligence Brigade, and U.S. Air Force Intelligence (Twenty-Fifth Air Force).

Patrick Casey provides analysis and insight into identitarianism, activism, current events, and much more.

It has been impossible for the city, already struggling with growing unemployment, to digest this huge and sudden influx. Few of the immigrants speak English well, and most have been unable to find work and are on welfare, said Nadia Lokteff, who offers social services through the local branch of World Relief.

Some attribute the immigrant influx to the shortwave radio religious broadcasts that for years were transmitted to the Soviet Union from Sacramento by a few earlier refugees. One of them, Michael Lokteff, president of the Slavic Community Center and whose radio ministry, “Word to Russia,” dates to 1972, said a more important factor was the relationship he and others formed with American churches to offer housing and other help for refugees. “We prepared a network of people who were able to receive the first refugees quite well,” said Mr. Lokteff, whose family was sponsored by a Sacramento family in 1950. “There was a welcome mat.”

Douglas Reed’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

At the age of 13, Reed began working as an office boy, and at 19 a bank clerk. At the outbreak of the First World War he enlisted in the British Army. He transferred to the Royal Flying Corps, gaining a single kill in aerial combat and severely burning his face in a flying accident (Insanity Fair, 1938). Around 1921 he began working as a telephonist and clerk for The Times. At the age of 30, he became a sub-editor. In 1927 he became assistant correspondent in Berlin, later transferring to Vienna as chief central European correspondent. He went on to report from various European centres including Warsaw, Moscow, Prague, Athens, Sofia, Bucharest and Budapest.

William Regnery’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

John Stadtmiller’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Jeffrey Rense’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Arthur Frederick Rense was born 20 May 1917 in Cleveland, Ohio, to Austrian-Italian immigrant parents, Joseph Rensi and his wife, the former Rosalia Luther.[3][4] He had six siblings, including five brothers: Louis, Rudolph, Andrew, Frank, William; and a sister, Rose.[5] After graduating from Ohio State University with a degree in English, Rense served in the United States Coast Guard during World War II.

Between 1959 and 1974 Rense handled public relations for the Douglas Aircraft Company, Missiles and Space division (pre-McDonnell-Douglas).[5][6] In the mid-1970s Rense became public relations specialist for Harvey Mudd College,[5] and later collaborated with football player Tom Harmon on Tom Harmon’s Football Today in Las Vegas.[1] After that, Rense worked on public relations for hotels in Las Vegas owned by the Summa Corporation, mainly the Desert Inn.[1] He was a lifelong poet by avocation.

Rise Above Movement’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

RAM, the leader said, came together organically. It started when he encountered a few other guys with similar political beliefs, including two active duty U.S. Marines, while exercising at different gyms in Southern California.

At times RAM fought alongside an ally, Nathan Damigo, a former Marine and founder of Identity Evropa, a prominent white supremacist organization;

In a brief text message, Daley declined to comment on his arrest or his activities with RAM. He did, however, say that he had signed up for the U.S. military and would be going through basic training shortly.

There likely isn’t such a thing as a “typical” violent white extremist in America in 2018. Still, Michael Miselis — a University of California, Los Angeles doctoral student with a U.S. government security clearance to work on sensitive research for a prominent defense contractor — makes for a pretty unusual case.
For months, ProPublica and Frontline have been working to identify the white supremacists at the center of violent demonstrations across the country, including the infamous Unite the Right rally last August in Charlottesville, Virginia. The Rise Above Movement, a Southern California group that expresses contempt for Muslims, Jews, and immigrants, became a focus of that effort. ProPublica and Frontline were able to quickly identify a number of the group’s leaders, and find evidence that put them in the middle of violence in Charlottesville and Berkeley, California, among other places.
But one seeming member of RAM was harder to nail down. In video shot in Charlottesville, a bearded, husky man is seen in a red Make America Great Again hat with his hands wrapped in tape that came in handy for the brawling that occurred that day. During one encounter, the unidentified man in the red hat pushed an African-American protester to the ground and began pounding on him, video of the episode shows; moments later, a known RAM member choked and bloodied a pair of female counterprotesters. The possible RAM member also had turned up in video shot during hours of combat at a Trump rally in Berkeley, as well. Wearing protective goggles to ward off pepper spray, the man fought alongside RAM members, wrestling one protester to the ground and punching others.
Ultimately, ProPublica and Frontline determined the man in the violent footage was Miselis, a 29-year-old pursuing a Ph.D. in UCLA’s aerospace engineering program. Miselis was identified using video footage and social media posts, and reporters confirmed his identity in an encounter with him outside his home. In interviews, a number of California law enforcement officials said Miselis was a member of RAM.
In addition to his scholarly pursuits, Miselis works as a systems engineer for Northrop Grumman, the giant defense contractor with a plant in Redondo Beach, California.
When approached by ProPublica and Frontline in front of his home in Lawndale, a small city south of Los Angeles, Miselis said he “didn’t know anything” about what happened in Charlottesville.
“I think you got the wrong guy,” he said before driving off in his car.
Miselis did not respond to questions about his involvement with RAM. He did not answer additional questions sent by email.
Several current and former employees at Northrop Grumman told ProPublica and Frontline that Miselis has received a security clearance to work in a computer modeling and simulation group within Northrop’s aerospace division. Such security clearances are typically issued in a two-step process. The federal Office of Personnel Management conducts an investigation into the individual. The agency’s findings are then forwarded to a special unit within the Department of Defense, which makes the final determination on whether the person should receive a clearance, a status that often allows the person access to classified or otherwise sensitive information concerning national security.
Public affairs officers at the Defense Department declined to comment about Miselis and his security clearance. The federal personnel management office referred questions regarding Miselis to Northrop Grumman.
Northrop Grumman did not respond to several requests for comment. However, interviews with current and former Northrop employees, as well as an internal email, make clear the company knows of Miselis’ actions in Charlottesville and involvement with RAM. Miselis informed his superiors about his contact with reporters from ProPublica and Frontline, as is required by any individual who holds a higher-level security clearance, the people said.
So far, it seems, the company has taken no action against Miselis, who remains employed.

The CIA’s office of the Chief Scientist in collaboration with Northrop Grumman Corporation has created a very innovative system called Language Now incorporating many technologies such as from NovoDynamics, AppTek among others.

In a suburb of Cincinnati about 30 minutes north of the Ohio River, right down the street from the local Hooters, a little known subsidiary of defense giant Northrop Grumman works on contracts for the Central Intelligence Agency.
Xetron Corporation, whose products range from military sensors to communications systems to information security software, shows up in nearly 400 documents published earlier this month by WikiLeaks. Those documents describe some of the tools the CIA uses to hack phones, smart TVs, and other digital products to conduct espionage overseas — and some of the partners that help them do it, like Xetron.

Xetron began as a smaller “defense electronics” firm in 1972 and was purchased by Westinghouse Electric Corporation in 1986. Both companies were acquired by Northrop Grumman in 1996. Xetron’s Ohio plant endured an expensive fire, which inflicted $15 million in damage, in the early 1990s.
“Xetron specializes in providing solutions that meet operational needs or fill technology gaps,” reads a recent description of the company written by Northrop Grumman for potential government customers. One specialty includes “computer network operations” — expertise in encryption and intrusion detection as well as “reverse engineering and computer assault.”

ARLINGTON, Va., June 14, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) has named Scott D. White vice president for Intelligence. White reports to Larry Lanzillotta, vice president of Customer Relations, and is based in the company’s Washington office in Arlington.
In his new position, White has executive responsibility for leading company engagement with the many agencies of the U.S. intelligence community. He is responsible for establishing and maintaining effective customer contact, relations and a full understanding of customer requirements.
“Scott’s depth of experience and his clear understanding of this unique and vital area will strengthen Northrop Grumman’s position,” said Lanzillotta. “The company already performs a significant amount of intelligence-related work, but we are always seeking ways to further align our capabilities with current and emerging national security requirements.”
White recently retired from the CIA after 30 years of service. He held a variety of executive management positions, most recently as the Associate Deputy Director of the CIA. In that role, he directed strategic and tactical operations, working in conjunction with the Director and Deputy Director of the CIA.
Previously, White served as the Director of Support, managing and directing the multifunctional mission support elements of the CIA, and as the Associate Deputy Director of Analysis at the CIA, helping to lead all source analysis activities supporting top policymakers in the White House and Congress.

FALLS CHURCH, Va., Sept. 12, 2011 — Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) announced today that it has appointed Charles S. Phalen, Jr. vice president, Corporate and Enterprise Shared Services (ESS) Industrial Security, effective immediately. Phalen reports to Gloria A. Flach, corporate vice president and president, Enterprise Shared Services. He replaces Ed Halibozek who has retired from the company.
“I am pleased to welcome Charles Phalen to the Northrop Grumman team,” said Flach. “He is uniquely qualified for this position, having held key leadership positions in the U.S. government dealing with the highest levels of security programs for both the CIA and FBI. We look forward to his contributions to our company’s performance.”
In his new role, Phalen leads the Northrop Grumman Security organization and is responsible for oversight of security policies, procedures and processes that protect Northrop Grumman employees, information and property. He will chair the company’s Security Council which establishes and executes security governance across the company.
Phalen comes to Northrop Grumman from his position as director of security for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Prior to that, he was assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as the assistant director for their Security Division. He has also served as chief of the Protective Programs Group and executive officer for the CIA Office of Security, and center chief for CIA’s Office of Facilities and Security Services. Phalen also served as a division chief in the National Reconnaissance Office’s Security Center, managing physical, technical and information security programs for government and industrial facilities.

Thomas Robb’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

  1. Thomas Robb was a high school member of the John Birch Society (J.B.S.). The John Birch Society (J.B.S.) is a political front for U.S. Army Intelligence (U.S. Military Intelligence Corps) and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)
  2. Thomas Robb published a newsletter in the 1970’s which he called The Torch. A flaming torch is one of the primary symbols of U.S. Army Intelligence (U.S. Military Intelligence Corps) and U.S. Army Psychological Operations (P.S.Y.O.P.)
  3. Thomas Robb developed close friendships with Don Black, David Duke, Willis Carto, Michael Collins Piper, Paul Fromm, and Tomislav Sunic. All of these individuals are covert operatives of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)
  4. Thomas Robb was featured in the 2008 Public Broadcasting Service (P.B.S.) video documentary Banished. Public Broadcasting Service (P.B.S.) is a media front for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)
  5. Thomas Robb’s The Knights Party was featured in the 2008 Al Jazeera video documentary Inside USA – Rise of Hate. Al Jazeera is a media front for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Robb’s parents shared some political views with Joseph McCarthy, Gerald L. K. Smith, Kenneth Goff, and Conde McGinley. Robb claims to have become awakened to the “Myth of the Holocaust” at the age of 13 while reading Conde McGinley’s anti-Communist and antisemitic paper Common Sense which actively promoted Holocaust denial. While still in high school he was an outspoken supporter of segregationist ideals and an active member of the John Birch Society.

After completing high school he received a scholarship to attend the Soldiers of the Cross Training Institute in Evergreen, Colorado. The school was founded by Kenneth Goff. Robb attended the school and earned bachelor and doctorate degrees in theology from studies at the school and private tutelage with Roy Gillaspie of Bellflower, California. It was while in Bellflower, he first became acquainted with Ralph Forbes an associate and west coast organizer of George Lincoln Rockwell’s National Socialist White People’s Party. Returning to Tucson he began publishing The Message of Old Monthly which he later re-branded as The Torch.

Over the years Robb has developed a close relationship with other extremists including, J. B. Stoner, Ed Fields, Don Black, David Duke, Willis Carto, Michael Collins Piper, Canadian extremist Paul Fromm and former Croatian diplomat Tomislav Sunic.

When featured in the PBS documentary Banished, Robb compared a Klan hood to a businessman’s tie, claiming that “it’s just tradition.”[6]

The Knights Party appeared in a documentary by Al Jazeera on American hate groups, wherein Rogers Police Department Sergeant Kelley Cradduck alleged that American white supremacists home-school their children to obfuscate drug trafficking and child sexual abuse.[10]

Simon Roche’s Connections to the South African Department of Defence (D.O.D.)

A former racial moderate and optimist, Roche served in South African Army Intelligence under apartheid (racial-area segregation), and then did contract work for the ANC (African National Congress) when it came to power, promising a “postracial rainbow nation,” harmony, truth and reconciliation,” and harmony.
Roche actually ran the inauguration, 23 years ago, of the first black president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.

The white man Simon Roche was the project manager for two presidential inaugurations and for the Mandela funeral.

George Rockwell’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

In his sophomore year, Rockwell dropped out of Brown University and accepted a commission in the United States Navy.[4]

Rockwell appreciated the order and discipline of the Navy, and attended flight schools in Massachusetts and Florida in 1940. He had a successful naval career, both on active duty and in the Naval Reserve. A veteran of World War II, he was a naval aviator and served a follow-up tour during the Korean War. He transferred to the naval reserve.
On April 24, 1943, Rockwell married Judith Aultman, whom he had met while attending Brown University. Aultman was a student at Pembroke College, which was the female section of the university. The couple had three daughters: Bonnie, Nancy, and Phoebe Jean. At the time, Rockwell was studying at the Navy’s aerial photography school in South Florida. When he completed his training, he served in the Atlantic and Pacific theatres of World War II. He served aboard the USS Omaha, USS Pastores, USS Wasp and USS Mobile, primarily in support, photo reconnaissance, transport and training functions.[7] Though he never actually flew in combat, he was considered a good pilot and an efficient officer.[7]
In 1950, Rockwell was recalled to duty as a lieutenant commander at the beginning of the Korean War. He moved to San Diego, California with his wife and three children, where he trained Navy and United States Marine Corps pilots.[4]
In 1952, Rockwell was ordered to report to Norfolk, Virginia, where he was notified by a superior officer that he would be transferred to Iceland.[4] Because families were not permitted to be with American service personnel stationed there, his wife and children stayed with her mother in Barrington, Rhode Island. Due to the separation, his wife filed for divorce the following year. Several months after his return to Iceland, Rockwell attended a diplomatic party in the capital city of Reykjavík. He met Thóra Hallgrímsdóttir there, and they were married on October 3, 1953 in the Icelandic National Cathedral by Thóra’s uncle, the bishop of Iceland. They spent their honeymoon in Berchtesgaden, Germany, where Hitler once owned the Berghof mountain retreat in the Bavarian Alps. Together they had three children: Hallgrímur, Margrét, and Bentína. In 1957, Hallgrímsdóttir’s father went to the U.S. to bring his daughter home to Iceland because he had learned that Rockwell was “one of the most active racists in the United States”.[8] She subsequently divorced Rockwell and remarried in 1963.[9]
In his 19 years of service, Rockwell had obtained the rank of commander, and he was commanding officer of several aviation reserve units. In 1960, as a result of his political activities, the United States Navy discharged Rockwell one year short of retirement because he was regarded as “not deployable” due to his political views. The proceedings to dismiss him were an extremely public affair, and Rockwell widely advertised the results, saying he “had basically been thrown out of the Navy”, though he was still given an honorable discharge.[10]

Rockwell saw a business opportunity in publishing a magazine for United States servicemen’s wives. In September 1955, he launched the U.S. Lady. After presenting the idea to the generals and admirals who headed public relations departments of the military services, Rockwell began publishing in Washington, D.C. The new enterprise also incorporated Rockwell’s political causes: his opposition to both racial integration and communism. He financed the operation through stock sales and subscriptions. With a staff of 30 workers, Rockwell only could promise to pay his employees before the launch of the first issue. The publication continued to have financial problems, and he sold the magazine. However, he still aspired to pursue a career in publishing.

William Roper’s and David Holloway’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Russian National Unity’s Connections to the Russian Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Jeffrey Schoep’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

WASHINGTON — The leader of the white supremacist National Socialist Movement estimated Friday that half of his group’s membership has at one time served in the military.
A day earlier, the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, identified 40 profiles of individuals claiming to be active members of the military on newsaxon.org, a social networking Web site run by the NSM. A review of the site by Stars and Stripes found at least 130 profiles of members who claim to be in the military, though none of their identities and military affiliations has been confirmed.
“I think it’s an extreme left-wing scare tactic, and I think white soldiers have the same right to be in the military as everyone else does,” said Jeff Schoep, leader of the National Socialist Movement. “I think the SPLC is trying to pressure the military to throw these people out, and there is no basis for it. I think its un-American. I think it’s seditious.”
Morris Dees, co-founder of SPLC, said in a briefing at the National Press Club on Friday that groups like Schoep’s prize the military experience and the skills it provides servicemembers.
“These people are prime targets for recruitment by the radical right,” Dees said.
“We see hate Web sites suggest that their members join the military to learn how to use C4 explosives,” Dees said.
Julie Ziegenhorn, spokeswoman for U.S. Strategic Command, said the Department of Defense only institutes Pentagon-wide blocks on Web sites for security reasons, not content. It’s up to the individual services to determine if a particular Web site has unacceptable content, and DOD policy affords commanders broad discretion in doing so.
Ray A. Letteer, head of Marine Corps cybersecurity, said the service blocks sites, such as newsaxon.org, that adversely affect good order and discipline.
“It’s one of the standards we take a look at” when blocking for content, he said.
Over the past year more of those types of sites have been blocked by Marine Corps, Letter said.
The Marine Corps manages its network centrally and can flag new sites that have inappropriate content. Anyone caught using them can be turned into their command for discipline, he said.
The SPLC also says it has found confusion among the military services about how to handle extremism cases. However, Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman said, “I know of no confusion.”
A Defense Department directive issued in 1996 reads, “Military personnel must reject participation in organizations that espouse supremacist causes.”
It laid out guidelines for dealing with such “dissident” activities by servicemembers, from publishing underground newspapers to organizing demonstrations. The social networking phenomenon adds a new dimension.
Several Army and Defense Department spokesmen said last week there is no specific policy addressing servicemembers on white supremacist Web sites.
The actions or punishments in each case involving allegations of extremism activity vary widely, they said, depending on the offense, whether it be having a swastika tattoo, attending a rally or committing violent crime.
The Army would not say that just knowing about a soldiers’ affiliation with a hate group — such as maintaining an online profile on newsaxon.org — necessarily would qualify that soldier for any unit disciplinary action, criminal offense or separation from Army.
Stars and Stripes reporter Megan McCloskey contributed to this report.

Lauren Simonsen’s Connections to the Canadian Armed Forces (C.A.F.)

How Southern went from irksome student to alt-right phenom is closer to fate. She was in the process of applying to become a military intelligence officer when she attended a conference in Toronto, organized by Levant, who noticed her challenging his slate of speakers with tough questions on pipelines and ethical oil. A few months later, as the Rebel rose from the ashes of Sun News Network, Levant remembered Southern and reached out, she said. Levant did not respond to a request for comment for this story.

Southern dropped out of a political science degree to become a military intelligence officer, then dropped that career path when she was offered a job with Canadian alt-right media organisation Rebel Media.

She applied to be a military intelligence officer after leaving the university but would become a poster child of the alt-right after attending a Toronto conference headed by Ezra Levant.

In another life, Southern said, she’d be working as an intelligence officer in the Canadian military.

Soldiers Of Odin’s Connections to the Belgian Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Richard Spencer’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Jared Taylor’s, Mark Weber’s, and Tom Sunic’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

The late Michael Collins Piper speculated that Jared Taylor and Mark Weber might be US intelligence assets. Ironically both Taylor and Weber first met when they were missionaries in either Africa or Haiti when they were young.
Also, the US State Department kept Jared Taylor on its list of recommended interpreters for companies in Japan until 2011. Jared Taylor’s alma mater was also a common recruiting ground for US intelligence services.
PS: I don’t know if you followed the details of Richard Spencer’s arrest in Hungary, but both Tom Sunic (another “translator” and former diplomat from Croatia whose parents once were a cause celebre for Amnesty Intenational and US backed NGO’s back when Yugoslavia was still communist) and Jared Taylor had very convenient excuses for how they just happened to not be present at the bar when Hungarian police raided it and took the names of everyone in attendance.
If I had to guess who might be an infiltrator or intelligence asset Sunic, whose parents were likely CIA backed & promoted dissidents in Yugoslavia, and Jared Taylor would be on my list of suspects. The Jews around Taylor like Nicholas Stix and Weissberg also strike me as being suspicious.

Taki Theodoracopulos’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

The same applies to world politics. As a child, I witnessed armed communist gangs rounding up teachers, priests, workers, and so-called capitalist exploiters of the people and murdering them outright in camps surrounding Athens. I was eight years old. I, of course, became an arch right-winger, a Cold Warrior, and stayed one until the collapse of the Soviet Union. Uncle Sam was my hero and guiding light. My father offered our large house near the royal palace to the CIA so that American spooks could listen in on Soviet spooks in the Russian embassy next door.

Harold Turner’s Connections to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.)

John Tyndall’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Vox’s Connections to the Spanish Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

James Watkins’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

Jim Watkins was raised on a family farm in Mukilteo, Washington, about an hour north of Seattle. His mother worked for Boeing and his father worked for the local phone company. He has one sibling and several half-siblings. Karen Sansaver, his elder sister, has kept the books for N.T. Tech since 2001.
Watkins says that he joined the U.S. Army when he was 18, first serving as a helicopter mechanic and then a recruiter. He emphasized to me, unprompted, that he didn’t work for the CIA though he’s “noticed some people guessing that.”
In 1987, the U.S. Army set Watkins on his path to becoming a financial backer of the web’s underbelly by sending him to computing school in Virginia. After that, in the mid-90s, while still serving in the military, increasingly working with computers, he co-founded a porn site called “The Asian Bikini Bar” and formed a company called N.T. Technology Inc. (He insists that the “N.T.” doesn’t stand for anything.) He says he told the Army he was starting an online business but didn’t tell them it was erotica.
“He really came in on the ground floor of the porn industry,” said Sansaver.
The company made money by selling advertising and eventually expanded to web hosting services. In particular, it helped skirt regulation, hosting Japanese adult sites that couldn’t be hosted in Japan because of the country’s anti-obscenity laws which were quite strict in the late 90s.
“They figured out a loophole in Japanese censorship rules,” Riedel explained in an email. “Adult material in Japan has to be censored, but…Japanese people could access content that resides outside of Japan. Bingo. The work we did in the following years was really just marketing uncensored Japanese content to users in Japan.”
Riedel has been an employee since the early days of N.T. Tech. He met Watkins in 1997 at age 19, while he was an art student living in Pittsburgh.
“One day in the summer of 1997, my roommates ran in and told me they met the ‘king of porn’ in the park, walking his poodle,” said Riedel. Watkins was looking for artists to design banner ads, and gave Riedel and his roommate some freelance work. “After that I started working full time, and the next summer I drove with him and his family across country to Seattle where we set up an office.”
They moved when Watkins left the army in 1998, after 16 years. He was only a few years shy of being eligible for a pension, but he wanted to focus on his web business. The tech world was booming, with dot-coms attracting massive funding and IPOs. “It was an adult website,” said Watkins. “Probably the army was happy to see me go.”
In 2004, after the tech boom turned bust, Watkins moved to the Philippines, a place to which he and his family had vacationed.

Geert Wilders’s Connections to the Dutch Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Stephen Yaxley-Lennon’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

According to Robinson, after leaving school, he applied to study aircraft engineering at Luton Airport: “I got an apprenticeship 600 people applied for, and they took four people on”. He qualified in 2003 after five years of study, but then lost his job when he was convicted of assaulting an off-duty police officer in a drunken argument.[12] He served a 12-month prison sentence.[15]

Carolyn Yeager’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

  1. Carolyn Yeager was married to Larry Kahant from 1971 to 1981. Larry Kahant was employed by the U.S. Navy (U.S.N.) from 1952 to 1956 and was assigned to the U.S. Naval Construction Battalions / U.S. Naval Construction Force (“Seabees”). He was stationed in the Philippines and the Arctic Circle.
  2. Larry Kahant’s father was employed as a sales representative for Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Westinghouse Electric Corporation was a manufacturing contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.) and U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

He worked for his father in electrical contracting. Later his father sold his business and became a sales rep for a large electrical supply company, Westinghouse, I think. In the ’50s they moved to Fort Worth, Florida because of Edith’s chronic bronchitis.
The next picture at right is from 1952 – Larry had joined the Navy and he ended up in the SeeBee’s [sic] because he had great mechanical ability. He was in for 4 years and was stationed in the Philipines and somewhere in the Arctic Circle, both very boring places, he said. When he got out, he joined the rest of his family in Florida.

United States Naval Construction Battalions, better known as the Seabees, form the Naval Construction Force (NCF) of the United States Navy. Their nickname is a heterograph of the first initials “C.B.” from the words Construction Battalion.[1][2] Depending upon the use of the word, “Seabee” can refer to one of three things: all the enlisted personnel in the USN’s occupational field-7 (OF-7), all officers and enlisted assigned to the Naval Construction Force, or the U.S. Naval Construction Battalions (CBs).
Naval Construction Battalions were conceived of as a replacement for civilian construction companies working for the US Navy after the United States was drawn into World War II with the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. At that time the U.S. had roughly 70,000 civilians working on military installations overseas.[3] International law made it illegal for them to resist enemy attack, as to do so would classify them as guerrillas, for which they could be summarily executed,[4] which is exactly what happened when the Japanese invaded Wake Island.[5]
The Seabees would consist of skilled workers that would be trained to drop their tools if necessary and take up their weapons at a moment’s notice to defend themselves.[6][7] The concept model was that of a USMC–trained battalion of construction tradesmen (a military equivalent of those civilian companies) that would be capable of any type of construction, anywhere needed, under any conditions or circumstance. It was quickly realized that this model could be utilized in every theater of operations, as it was seen to be flexible and adaptable.
The use of USMC organization allowed for smooth co-ordination, integration or interface of both the NCF and Marine Corps elements. In addition, Seabee Battalions could be deployed individually or in multiples as the project scope and scale dictated. What distinguishes Seabees from Combat Engineers are the skill sets. Combat Engineering is but a sub-set in the Seabee toolbox. They have a storied legacy of creative field ingenuity, stretching from Normandy and Okinawa to Iraq and Afghanistan. Admiral Ernest King wrote to the Seabees on their second anniversary, “Your ingenuity and fortitude have become a legend in the naval service.”[8] Seabees believe that anything they are tasked with they “Can Do” (the CB motto). They were unique at conception and remain so today. In the October 1944 issue of Flying magazine the Seabees are described as “a phenomenon of World War II”.[9] In 2017, the Seabees celebrated their 75 years of service without having changed from Admiral Ben Moreell’s conceptual model.

Francis Yockey’s Connections to the U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

In early 1946, Yockey began working for the United States War Department as a post-trial review attorney for the Nuremberg Trials in Germany. He soon began agitating against Allied occupation of Germany, as well as what he perceived to be the biased procedures of the Nuremberg tribunal. Eventually, he was fired for “abandonment of position” in November 1946.

Francesco Young’s Connections to the U.K. Ministry of Defence (M.O.D.)

Alexander Jones’s Connections to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.)

The students say they all had to make the point again and again that because of the size of the United States and the diversity of its population, it is difficult to lump all Americans into one identity or culture. In fact, 22-year-old blonde musician Erika Wulff says, one of the things that Americans do share is the freedom to express and celebrate their individuality. “I flew directly from Istanbul to New York, and I’m walking down Broadway and there’s a guy dressed up as a peacock going down the street on roller-skates,” she said. “And I’m like, ‘God, I love this country.’ And that’s something I really missed, and also that is a part of my life.”

  • Alex Jones’ former half-Jewish wife Kelly ‘Violet’ Nichols was employed by the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Information Agency (a C.I.A. propaganda front which later became the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors), and the U.S. Department of State (U.S. State Department embassies are the primary operational cover for C.I.A. officers overseas). Kelly Nichols’ father Edmund Lowe Nichols was a C.I.A. officer working under official diplomatic cover for the U.S. Department of State in Western and Southern Europe during the 1970’s, 1980’s, and early 1990’s.

Also, summer work for DOD, FAA, USIA, US Consulate (my Dad was a diplomat)..omg conspiracy freaks will have a field day w that, I’m sure. University Studies at L’Université de Bourgogne

John served with the US Navy as an officer aboard ship and with Underwater Demolition and SEAL Teams. He also served over twenty years as a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with the white-collar crime division, counterintelligence division and Joint Terrorist Task Force. The majority of his career was spent at the Manhattan field office in New York. He served with the Infrastructure Protection Squad during his last three years. This assignment required frequent contact with security directors of government agencies and corporations for the purpose of urging them to improve the security of their organizations in anticipation of possible terrorist attack. His areas of expertise are counterintelligence, counterterrorism, infrastructure protection, investigations, training, operations, and risk management. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration, and a Masters of Science in Protection Management. After retiring from the FBI, John worked as a senior security consultant and specialized in risk management. John is qualified as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) with the American Society of Industrial Security. He is also member of the advisory board for the International Association of Counterterrorism Professionals (IACSP).

telephone caller: “I have a question for you, Alex.”
Alex Jones: “Yes.”
telephone caller: “Who’s Mallory Mahoney [sic]?”
Alex Jones: “Mallory Mahoney [sic] is one of our, uh, graphics people that works here at the office.”
telephone caller: “Wasn’t she formerly with Stratford [sic]?”
Alex Jones: You know, you guys are mentally ill, and I appreciate your call. You know, whenever, uh, we hired six graphics people for the magazine and for working in here. And the University of Texas is here in Austin. Stratfor is like um, uh private intelligence gathering firm that, in my opinion, puts out propaganda. It is like a feedback loop to like, agree with the Pentagon so they can say, ‘Look, this private group said it.’ And somebody worked there for a month and a half [sic] as a unpaid intern and helped write a paper on China. And, and, and, what am I gonna do, if somebody was ever in the military or if somebody ever, in, in, in, coll … You know how many people? You know about a third of the UT journalism people that, uh, we bring in here for interviews – cause we hired a couple from UT, actually three of ’em are from UT – did you know about half of ’em or more had an internship there? There’s not many places to get a media internship. The Austin American Statesman. The Austin Chronicle. This is for print. The Houston, uh, or the Texas Observer or whatever it’s called, and that’s small. And then Stratfor, because it’s mainly writing thousands of things a day. That is mental illness, you see. We’re not worried about the New World Order. We’re not worried about everything else. Listen, people say I work for the government, okay? I wouldn’t get up here and say, ‘Don’t take the vaccines, the governments pushing that.’ I wouldn’t get up here and say, ‘Criminal elements of our government were involved in 9/11.’ Because they were. Or that they’re running Al-Qaeda in Libya and Syria. I mean, just use your brain. You know what, if I work for the government, then I’m the worst government agent the planet’s ever seen. Total mental illness. And, people always say, ‘You need to answer this,’ or ‘You need to answer that.’ And no matter how many times I answer something, I will still be asked the same mentally ill question over and over again. People are looking … See, what’s happened is the public has lost faith in the mainstream media and the government, which overall’s a healthy thing – the Founding Fathers stated that, history shows that. But they had judgment. It doesn’t mean that then everything is fake. It doesn’t mean that I’m, I’m Bill Hicks. Or that I’m, I’m really an actor, and the professor in Florida who says that Sandy Hook may have been staged with crisis actors – which they really have – that I’m him. I mean, mental illness. Mental illness. But I understand that a society in crisis, you know, just doesn’t believe anything anymore. Mental illness.”

LONDON — Today, Monday 27 February, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files – more than five million emails from the Texas-headquartered “global intelligence” company Stratfor. The emails date from between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the inner workings of a company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal’s Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defense Intelligence Agency. The emails show Stratfor’s web of informers, pay-off structure, payment-laundering techniques and psychological methods,

The emails also expose the revolving door that operates in private intelligence companies in the United States. Government and diplomatic sources from around the world give Stratfor advance knowledge of global politics and events in exchange for money. The Global Intelligence Files exposes how Stratfor has recruited a global network of informants who are paid via Swiss banks accounts and pre-paid credit cards. Stratfor has a mix of covert and overt informants, which includes government employees, embassy staff and journalists around the world.
The material shows how a private intelligence agency works, and how they target individuals for their corporate and government clients.

The Stratfor emails reveal a company that cultivates close ties with US government agencies and employs former US government staff. It is preparing the 3-year Forecast for the Commandant of the US Marine Corps, and it trains US marines and “other government intelligence agencies” in “becoming government Stratfors”. Stratfor’s Vice-President for Intelligence, Fred Burton, was formerly a special agent with the US State Department’s Diplomatic Security Service and was their Deputy Chief of the counterterrorism division. Despite the governmental ties, Stratfor and similar companies operate in complete secrecy with no political oversight or accountability. Stratfor claims that it operates “without ideology, agenda or national bias”, yet the emails reveal private intelligence staff who align themselves closely with US government policies and channel tips to the Mossad – including through an information mule in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, Yossi Melman, who conspired with Guardian journalist David Leigh to secretly, and in violation of WikiLeaks’ contract with the Guardian, move WikiLeaks US diplomatic cables to Israel.

“Let me tell you about a story. I grew up in Dallas, Texas with my family. Let me just tell you something. I grew up in Dallas, Texas with my family doing things like, uh, helping take in East German defectors. Okay. Whenever I go to a family reunion, half the people in the room are former or retired C.I.A. And do you know what they tell me? They tell me I’m dead on, a hundred percent absolutely right.”

“Yeah, there’s all sorts of weird experiments going on and just stuff that’s off the chart. And, and, and it’s industrial level. I’m not bragging when I say that when, in the 80’s – because late 80’s – my mom and dad had multiple discussions – and my dad would say, ‘Let’s talk about it privately,’ and stuff like that, with my mom, so I never even heard all of it, and he won’t talk about it today – where the C.I.A. tried to hire him – because I had some family that, what, did stuff for the C.I.A. – to be inducted in Maryland into literal, below ground bases for a four-year secret tour. And they were hiring other top dentists that were pioneering implants. My dad pioneered implants and would, you know, taught it at, at, at medical school and all that, and it was literally, they just said, ‘It’s cybernetics; it’s highly advanced,’ and he was, and, and, and it was, and it was, four hundred thousand dollars a year – way more money than he was making then, and he owned dental offices. And he said, ‘No.’ Because my dad did, did work, at the medical school. He, he was, he was someone who would do medical procedures on high level C.I.A. people. They would come into him and then, they would not allow deadening, they would have people there watching while he did procedures on people, just because they can’t be put under – that was back during the Cold War. And, and so my dad did do that. He’ll probably get mad I’m even telling this. But, the whole point is, is that, what that guy was talking about, I mean, it’s reportedly really bad what’s going on now. I mean, you name it, island of doctor Moreaux level stuff, ladies and gentleman. And, it, it, it’s just, it’s just, from what I’ve been told by high level people – not my dad, he was just, went and interviewed, and was told about it and, um – uh, it’s just, it’s, it’s just, it’s just, we’re not in Kansas is what I’m trying to tell people.”

Eddie Bravo: “But, how, how did you get into, uh – do you remember, your, your first m – memories of conspiracy theories? What got you into it? Do you remember? For me it was, uh -”
Alex Jones: “I remember my, uh – I remember Buckley, whose dad, uh, passed away, my uncle, my mom’s brother. He was like a uh, Army commander in uh, in Guatemala. And he was kinda like the, kinda like, like the Oliver North of the Army.”
Eddie Bravo: “Wait, wh – who was that? Your, your, your mother’s, brother?
Alex Jones: “Brother. Yeah, yeah.”
Eddie Bravo: “Your uncle.”
Alex Jones: “Yeah, yeah. And then, he was in – uh, he just told us a buncha wild stuff, basically. So I grew up hearin’ about that, and then some other, people in the family. I mean, if, T – Tim Kennedy I think could tell us a lot of stuff – ’cause that’s actually who they use in clandestine stuff – is like Army Special Forces people. They always have. And so that’s actually who – it’s not James Bond out killing people – it’s, Army Special Forces. In, in – yeah, exactly. It’s, it’s, it’s Kennedy. Hey, we learned today he’s a listener, can ya believe that. Anyways, yeah. So, uh, I mean I kinda grew up just hearin’ about that stuff, ’cause I had a buncha family in the Army – Special Operations – and so I, kinda heard that. Here you go, Steiner.”

“But whenever I’ve been around recently retired generals, or former Special Forces colonels, or current, uh, Delta Force people, you name it. Some of ’em have been here in studio. Others, you know, have, have been on the show. They’ll actually ask me, ‘Hey, really, what intelligence agency are you with? What class are you?’ You know, ‘Did you get sheep dipped out of high school?’ Cause a lot of people get recruited out of high school in these agencies. And I’m like, no, I never been part of any agency, any group, nothing. Two years at community college. I was about to go to UT for RTF. They were teaching ten year old information. I went and did an access show. Got a local radio show. Got into radio sales. I’m, I’m nothing. Half the time it’s unlistenable. It’s that nobody else was organic and did this. And I’m just sick of, like, state, high level state people come over to my table, in downtown Austin, and ask me what agency I’m with. Police chiefs think I’m in some secret agency. Military people think I’m some secret guy. Uh, and all that. And I’m just an organic American and a Texan that has been defending the Bill of Rights and Constitution. And it’s like people can’t believe there’d be someone that could be successful. As if you’ve gotta be in some, like, you know, they hand out all these little intelligence agency names and all this stuff. It’s like Pieczenik says, he’s back in the old days of HUMINT when they were actually out there doing stuff. Now it’s just endless agencies and titles and, you know, guys speaking in their arm things with, you know, glasses, pulling up, trying to intimidate me. I just laugh at ’em. Uh, I just, it’s, it’s like they’ve gone from being real men to pretending to be real men. And then the real men in the military and everywhere else see that they’re a joke and it’s just, its just a disaster. But I don’t mean to rant, sir. … But, how, how do I respond to these other government people thinking I must be part of some branch of a government. And then at another level, I do have branches of different agencies actually trying to couple with what we’re doing to resist the globalists. And I’m not working with some agency, you know, uh, in, in an official capacity. I don’t sit there and get orders. It doesn’t work like that. It’s just, people that also wanna resist this. It’s, it’s, it’s like V for Vendatta where everybody doesn’t have to get orders. They all just show up at the same time. You get what I’m saying, sir?”

“I didn’t get trained by guys in black sunglasses, okay? And, and I’m not saying there aren’t some good people that have been trained like that, but you get put in a system and controlled and compartmentalized. I’m not compartmentalized. I have been a wild man since the day I was born. And I am organic and real, and that’s why they try to constantly claim I’m a government agent or I’m the C.I.A. I wouldn’t wanna be in the C.I.A. That, people that say that’s so prestigious. You heard Larry Nichols, in the Army, workin’ for those groups. He said he noticed that everybody was dyin’ by thirty-five. They were killin’ ’em. They were gettin rid of ’em. I saw that happen, folks, with my family. People go, ‘Oh look, the proof he’s in it!’ No, no, no, I told you. I know it’s bad. I’m not in it. See? So yeah, I, I guess that’s one reason I’m not an idiot, is, because, I guess I come from stock in Texas on both sides of my family that, you know, the government knew would get the job done. But that wasn’t our government. That was criminals. You understand that? That’s the difference. So yeah, I guess I do come from the stuff that gets stuff done. But I’m not in those agencies. We’ll be right back, folks, stay with us.”

  • Alex Jone said on the Coast 2 Coast AM radio show with George Noory on August 9, 2017 that he (Alex Jones) worked with U.S. Special Operations Command in a secret military psychological operation to assist Donald Trump in becoming President of the United States.

George Noory: “You, you, you know what, the public deserves to hear this, and, uh, and, uh, and to get it straight. Now how did you get Donald Trump on your show three times prior to the election? How did you pull that off?”
Alex Jones: “Alright. I never tell this on my own show, and this will probably end up being in news tomorrow, but you deserve it. I, uh, I know folks that are part of Delta Force. And I know people that are part of covert action, uh, in the Defense Department and the C.I.A. And, quite frankly, they’ve given me authorization to talk about this. I have never been in the C.I.A. I have never been part of covert operations. But uh, uh, separately, I, I, I’ve, I’ve had family, um, you know, I mean I’ve had family that got like seven silver stars and stuff like that, but it’s all classified. Some of the highest decorated people in the country. I’m very proud of those people. They’re a lot more manly than I am, and most of ’em are dead. But, um, people involved in regime changes, you name it. Uh, you know, right here in Texas, fightin’ hard for the Republic. And I was basically contacted, uh, by groups, uh, inside Special Forces Operations in Florida, inside breakaway groups inside the Central Intelligence Agency, uh, and uh, groups, um, basically behind American industry. … And, so they told me that they were advising Trump … and that they understood from their demographics and their studies that we acutally had, conservatively, fifteen million people a week visiting Infowars.com, and tens of millions watching our videos, and that, uh, that they briefed the President, uh, or now, then, then candidate Trump, and that, uh, they wanted to attempt a counter coup. … And so I, I’m just revealing to you here on air that I was recruited by, uh … elements inside the shadow government. … Uh, and our friends in Israel, you say people want to demonize Israel all day, it’s because, because the real folks that are in Israel, the real people, uh, understand what it is to be persecuted and targeted, and, and, and, Israel, with Benjamin Netanyahu, they’re trying to remove from office right now, … uh, have, have come to America’s aid … and, uh, this is just, this i what you’re seeing right now. … So I’m, I’m just fightin’ for America, I’m a hundred percent committed, and that’s why they’re comin’ after me, and uh …”
George Noory: “But this is what got Donald Trump to say, ‘I gotta be on this guy’s show’?”
Alex Jones: “Uh, I mean, Donald Trump was advised by the, the Special Forces Command out of Florida. They said …”
George Noory: “To, to go on your program?”
Alex Jones: “Uh, he, he, I mean, that’s who actually, I mean let’s just say it, the enemy already knows all this. Let me just say it so everybody listening knows I’m tellin’ the truth. Special Operations Command in Florida. The Delta Force, Army black ops, it’s, Army’s the oldest thing in America, it’s before the Constitution, anything. They, they said, they said, ‘Sir, you need to go with Alex Jones, uh, and you need to rally the troops.’ And, uh, and, and, and, and, they briefed him, they showed him the documents, and they said, ‘We need you to run.’ And this was a year before he came on with me. … And, uh, you know, the Delta Force, uh, basically asked Trump, uh, Delta Force, you know, founded by General Boykin and Schoomaker and, uh, people like Steve Pieczenik, Dr. Steve Pieczenik of psychological operations with C.I.A., uh, they, they, they, they, basically delivered the message to Trump with all the dossiers and all the proof of what was happening. And he just said, ‘You’re highly recommended, all I can say is we’re gonna be talkin’ a lot more.’ Because then, he was being briefed by top generals, and I’m not gonna say the name, on what we’re doin’. And it’s not that I’m even special. I’m willin’ to say this. I’m willin’ to do this. I, I wasn’t directed by anybody. I was just aware of the operations. I was studying it, as you know, you’re a Navy guy yourself. And, uh, we just did what we had to do. We did a counter coup against ’em. … Uh, most people are behind us. I’d say ninety percent of the C.I.A., Defense Intelligence, military, Special Ops, is behind us. Uh, and, uh, you know.”
George Noory: “Amazing story, Alex. You could, just get him to stop Tweeting as much as he does.”
Alex Jones: “… George, you’re gettin’ the absolute data dump right now. … I mean, do you understand on your show right now I am tellin’ people, because I know it’s ten times bigger than mine, when it comes to actual HUMINT people on the ground, I am tellin’ you all this information. This is real. This is happening, okay. What I’m tellin’ you is what is going on, and what is happening. And Trump is literally with a breakaway group in our government …”

“This is one of the most important transmissions I’ve ever put out. We can debate what’s goin’ on here. I’ll be back tomorrow 4-6 p.m. We’re willin’ to talk about it. But, I’ve been doin’ this for over a month. Months other people have said, ‘Please, put this out.’ And then, and then, and, and, and, just the… But I asked a couple of people a few days ago, I said, ‘Why me? I don’t think you’re tryin’ to set me up. You’ve given me great intel before. Why me?’ And they go, ‘Alex, everything’s polarized. And everything’s mainstream or it’s alternative, and no one believes anything. You’re able to punch through and get the warnings. The military listens. The intelligence agencies listen. Because they, they, you know, they, they, you know, they know you’re a real conduit, you’re tryin’ to be real, you’re tryin’ to tell the truth. This message has to go out because, it has to even go to the President, who’s aware of it. But it’s, it’s, we’ve gotta get the group brain working on this. We’ve got to get everyone talking about this, to understand that Trump’s tryin’ to bring in real peace, and real prosperity, and there’s evil forces that wanna stop it.’ And, it’s just total red alert right now. Total red alert. And, and I, and I get what he did in Syria, even though uh, now I know the Russians were told it was to get the globalists off his back and all the rest of it. Uh, so, Trump, I know, is way, way, you know, out there from what I’m doin’. I’m not even sure what’s goin’ on right to this point. I just know, let me tell you somethin’. I talk to one of the top five people in the C.I.A. repeatedly. I mean, and, I, I’ve had other sources go, ‘Why aren’t you doin’ this? The, the, you know, the director of this is asking why you’re not covering it, you know.’ I mean, it’s, it’s to that point. And I’m like, ‘I don’t wanna be part of some psyop. But I know it’s not a psyop. This is the good guys. This is the good guys. And, and, against the bad guys.'”

“In the second hour today, we’re gonna get into a high level C.I.A. source, a month ago, that gave me really important information. And then other information I got from Pentagon sources, State Department sources, media sources, that dovetailed with that. And then I got contacted a few days ago, and I was asked, ‘Why aren’t you covering this?’ And I just said, ‘Look, I understand it’s not a leak, because you say you’re authorized to tell me this, and I know you are who you say you are.’ I mean we’re talkin’ right up at the top. One of the main directors. And of course, people in the government know who it is. So it’s not a secret, but I, I’m not gonna say, and I’ve been asked not to. But it’s, it’s kind of a pinch yourself moment like ‘Why am I being given this information?'”

  • Alex Jones said on his own radio show in July, 2018 that European political leaders consult with him on how to coordinate their intelligence agencies’ domestic media psychological operations.

“I’m on the phone – I’m not gonna brag – but I’m on the phone with European leaders, on a routine basis, talking about strategies for the future, and asking me to help quarterback stuff in Europe and I don’t even have the money, the energy, or the people. But that, I mean, I’ve got major leaders in Europe ready for Infowars to come in, and, and, and, and, and, run major resistance operations in the psyops divisions. And then I’ve gotta sit here to my fellow Americans, drunk on entertainment and all the rest of it, makin’ jokes about it.”

  • Alex Jones said on his own radio show in July, 2018 that he works directly with the C.I.A., including a covert C.I.A. operation which assisted Donald Trump in becoming President of the United States.

“No, Joe, I’m with the C.I.A. We’re not saying you’re with the C.I.A. And I wasn’t with the C.I.A. twenty-five years ago when I started out. I was with good elements of the C.I.A. when Donald Trump got elected to try to take the country back from the globalists. Because we’re under globalist control. The communist Chinese, the E.U., Hollywood, the big banks. They say they run this country and they broke its back. So, forget the C.I.A. It’s bigger than Coca-Cola. Talkin’ about the C.I.A. like it’s mysterious or cool is like talkin’ about the Post Office. The C.I.A. gets its talking points from me, Joe, and other Patriots. Not the other way around. I run the C.I.A., Joe.”

“And I’ve been on the phone with the Pentagon. I’ve been on the phone with the Patriots. I’ve been in – cause, you know. Thank god the Army, in the 50’s, when they were tryin’ to make us lose – when the C.I.A. was tryin’ to make us lose to North Korea, and the Chinese – the Army got pissed then and created stay-behind networks in America. And see, I’m not one of those stay-behind networks. I just come from the same cloth as those people. And so I, seemlessly merge right into it. And yes, I’ll just tell you. We are a stay-behind network for America. It’s the big secret. That’s what we are, it’s why they’re after us. It’s true. The stay-behind networks support me. I’m from a stay-behind network. Most of my family was from stay-behind networks. That’s why they hate me. I’m an American. I’m a stay-behind network for America. I’m fighting the Chinese globalist takeover.”

“Alright, so why am I so hated by Soros the Nazi collaborator, by CNN, by Obama, by Hillary – they call me the dark heart. I’m not in any intelligence agency, I’m not in any part of that group. The John Birch Society – which I was never a member of – my dad gave speeches for ’em ‘n stuff in high school – I mean, just because he was an anti-Communist. They, knew that we turned China over to Mao in ’49, and killed John Birch who was an Army officer who tried to expose it – they torturned him to death. And so, when you say ‘stay-behind network,’ there were plans, under Operation Gladio – which I don’t defend what, N.A.T.O. did under that – where as the Soviets would take over Eastern Europe or try to take over Italy, you would leave stay-behind networks that looked like they were working in regular jobs ‘n media, in case the Soviets took over you would then resist, behind enemy lines. So it’s behind enemy lines, resistance fighters. Uh, carrying out, total resistance operations, using HUMINT, uh, and using covert action. And so, long before I read about covert action ‘n stuff, I heard about, how the Air Force aided the C.I.A., and basically stand downs – I’m not bashing the Air Force, they were new – in, the turnover, of, North Korea to China. And that’s when the Army really began to get suspicious – because the Army’s got its problems, and the Navy’s famously corrupt, y’know, with politics – but, the Army, still, George Washington, the whole nine yards, it’s, it’s still, Americana. So the Army the entire time has been fighting with the C.I.A. That’s been the ongoing, program. And, the C.I.A. was created by bluebloods, and globalists, ‘n – it isn’t all bad either – it’s, it’s a large consortium.”

  • Alex Jones said during his own radio show in 2019 that when he was a teenager he was recruited as a U.S. Department of Defense intelligence asset by U.S. Army colonels, U.S. Marine Corps generals, and U.S. Air Force generals.

“I remember, thirty years ago I was gettin’ politically involved. Ah, twenty-seven years ago. And all these old timers – and these guys were like, colonels in the Army, and Air Force generals, ‘n, I’d go to these meetings when I was like eighteen, ‘n, ‘n you’d like go in there ‘n there’d be some three star general in there with like twenty dudes in an IHOP, with a presentation on a wall about the, y’know, the plan of Satanists to get the kids, and you’re like, ‘These people are crazy.’ But then they knew everything else I already knew. So I was like, ah, but I still like, ‘n like, they’re like, ‘There’s a place called Bohemian Grove, and that’s just the outer levels of it, and it’s a Faustian ritual they do to put the cares of their Satanism off on a child. And it’s symbolic, but it’s an outer ritual for the lesser magic of the deeper ritual.’ And you’re sittin’ there, you know, with the former Marine Corps three star general, or a former, three star Air Force weapons head, or you know, and they’re like tellin’ you this stuff, and you’re like, ‘What?’ And they’re like, ‘Listen, we’ – they tried to recruit us – ‘you’re gonna have to get ready.’ And, you know, I knew all this stuff. And then it just all turned out to be real. I remember being four years old with like, an F.B.I. agent, and an Army colonel, and all these people at my dad’s house. And they’re all sittin’ around the table talkin’ about this and ‘How do we beat it.’ And just all these decades later – forty years later – it’s all true. It’s all true. I mean, I was so blessed to be born into people that knew what was happening.
When I first got involved, twenty-seven years ago – I been on air about twenty-three years now, hard to believe – almost twenty-five actually – twenty-four, gosh. I wasn’t like bragging, ‘Oh, I was like going to meetings with, like, hea – former head of Air Force weapons development, multi-star Marine Corps generals.’ When I first got on air, I’d have like, routinely, the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Moorer on. And you, do you think, you think I’m saying all this – he would say all this on air. And, the point was, even though those guys – judge advocate generals, you name it – I had ’em all on, even though they were so hi, uh, high powered, they couldn’t get it published anywhere. …”

  • Alex Jones said during his own radio show in 2018 that his early career was built entirely through the efforts of the U.S. Department of Defense, specifically by: increasing his video documentary sales among U.S. military personnel, expanding his public name recognition via the mass media, and selectively feeding him privileged information to establish his credibility.

“…different groups. I’ve had all these, y’know, Navy SEALs and Delta Force guys on – they don’t tell you who they are when they’re on the show – but, they go, ‘No, I was like in, c – covert operations in, Southeast Asia,’ or, ‘I was in,’ y’know, uh, ‘Europe,’ or ‘I was here or there,’ ‘n, y’know, ‘I had the local C.I.A. head guy come by and go, ‘Listen – Infowars.com, this guy knows what’s goin’ on – decompartmentalization – this is really what’s goin’ on.’ And it wasn’t that I was even that great of a guy. I was just willin’ to talk about it. And they kinda made it a joke early on, so it got out big. And I also think there was some psyops by Patriots inside. We didn’t have a very big audience. I was on a few radio stations here in Au – Texas ‘n, things like 1996, ’97 I made some films. And then they ordered the Marine Corps – Marine Corps wide – and then the Army – not to watch Alex Jones videos. Well suddenly, I was goin’ from like, fifty orders a day, to five hundred a day. And it was all goin’ to Marine Corps bases and Army bases. ‘Cause – ’cause they’d – they’d have a colonel come in and go, ‘We caught somebody lookin’ at an Alex Jones video: America, Destroyed by Design. Who did it?’ ‘Well, I did it.’ ‘You got P.T. duty and you gotta run these laps, you little piece of crap. Nobody watches ’em.’ And then the colonel would go, ‘There’s five copies over there. I don’t want any copies made of that. Do you understand.’ And, I remember hearin’ that, and like Marines would show up – people I knew in the family were like, ‘Yeah, I’m at Fort Sam Houston,’ or, y’know, whatever that college is – not Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio – I’m thinkin’ of east Texas, ‘n, ‘They got all these foreign military people – then all of a sudden they hear – they put up the PowerPoint goin’, ‘Now don’t listen to Alex Jones, ’cause he says there’s a plan to use the military to take over and take the guns, ‘n, that’s a conspiracy theory. And he says there’s a plan to put brains [sic] in troop – troops’ brains, but that’ll never happen ’cause we’re not gonna put up with it. But he’s a liar.’ And the weird, globalist Satanists only look at paper. See, they know how t – to deceive by inverting. But they actually don’t even know when people are being sarcastic. ‘Cause they’re on such power trips they believe, their – the orders are being followed. And then all it was was a thing to get the whole military warned, by people that knew better than I did. I was just a guy that was saying it. So they’d go, ‘Give him more information.’ So all these people gave me all this info. And they said, ‘We’re gonna use him to warn everybody. And then we destroy him in the media – that’ll actually build him up.’ So then I actually sit back and I go, ‘Well now even, even what is this at this level?’ But then I know it’s the Globalists ’cause they now figured it out and they’re panicking. I was not that special. I didn’t even know that much. But the est – Patriot establishment, looks at pedigree, like dogs – what they’ve done before – and they said, ‘This is the guy to give the information to. He’s young. He’s dumb. He’s on the air at twenty-two. He’s already broken through. Give him everything.’ And so, I wasn’t given money, or finance, or anything. I was just given this, and that, and this, and that – and all the intel. And then at key points when I was gonna be destroyed, they’d stop it from happening.”

  • Alex Jones said during his own radio show in 2018 that he pays $10,000 per month to have his radio show broadcast on decommissioned Voice of America short wave radio transmitters. Voice of America is a C.I.A. controlled media outlet funded by the United States Government which disseminates pro-America propaganda throughout the foreign world.

“Folks ask why I, went with old Voice of America transmitters that got bought out by private groups when the U.S. stopped transmitting in hundreds of thousands of watts in short wave into, into Europe and Africa and everywhere. They said, ‘There’s no money in that. Why are you gonna pay ten thousand dollars a month to be on four or five different transmitters ten hours a day blasting all over the world?'”

  • Alex Jones said during his own radio show in 2018 that many of his employees are former U.S. military personnel, including many who were part of Special Operations.

“You know, we’ve got a lot of folks work here at the office that were in the military. And some of them, um, were, you know, involved in, not just your standard Special Operations stuff, but, some of the most elite groups out there.”

  • Alex Jones said during his own radio show that his sources of information are C.I.A. and U.S. military Special Operations personnel.

“We got a lot of other big sources in the military. I mean I’ve got sources – I’m not gonna say from what units or groups – but, the most elite, of the most elite, highest level, we have it. I’m gonna leave it at that. C.I.A., D.E.V.G.R.U., Delta Force, you name it, all of it, whole nine yards. ‘Cause they’re patriots.”

Verna Chao’s Covert Position in Dell / I.B.M. for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.)

Chao, Verna Grayce
Dell, Inc.
Director, Healthcare and Life Sciences Marketing
Hermosa Beah, CA

Verna Grace Chao, director, Dell global security solutions, kicked off the session by asking us for our favorite security terms. The sheer magnitude of cyber-security issues and risks quickly bubbled up as people reeled off terms such as honeypot, snort, worms, hijack, Trojan, trampoline, phishing and ransomwear and more. I couldn’t help but think how difficult it is for business decision-makers to understand what all these terms mean, let alone stay ahead of threats and safeguard corporate information.

Global Marketing and Strategy Executive, Dell
Verna Grayce Chao is a marketing and business development executive with over 15 years of experience developing and commercializing new business opportunities and establishing strategic global partnerships across information technology, health care, and IT security in developed and emerging markets.

Verna Grayce Chao is a marketing and business development executive with 15 years of experience developing and commercializing new business opportunities and establishing strategic global partnerships across information technology, health care, life sciences, and aerospace in developed and emerging markets. Verna Grayce is currently responsible for setting Dell’s global marketing strategy in healthcare and Life Sciences industries. Prior to joining Dell, she spent 10 years at IBM in various marketing, sales, strategy and global innovation roles. Verna Grayce has also held marketing leadership roles in aerospace and Internet start-up firms. Verna Grayce holds a BA from Boston University and an MBA from The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. She was born in Dallas, Texas, grew up in Guatemala City, and now lives with her husband and daughter in Hermosa Beach, California.

CHAO: Hello and welcome to the Global Innovation Outlook Podcast Series where IBM demonstrates the innovative value of collaboration. My name is Verna Grayce Chao, and today we’ll be talking about IBM’s Makocha Minds Mentorship Program with one of the program’s mentor and protege pairs. [Rick Boivie], an IBM Distinguished Engineer, and [Dennis Muchiri] who is in his fourth year of studies at the University of Nairobi, School of Computing and Informatics. Welcome to you both and thank you for joining for us today.

Mr. Buffett’s photo antics date back to at least 2005, when Verna Grayce Chao and her University of Chicago classmates posed with Mr. Buffett next to his car on their way to lunch. He pulled out his wallet and pretended to hand it to the group. “It was totally spontaneous,” says Ms. Chao, now 35 years old and a director of marketing in Dell Inc.’s health-care and life-sciences business. She has the photo in an album at home. If she had another photo op with Mr. Buffett now, Ms Chao might choose the traditional “bunny-ears” shot. “It would be the quintessential Christmas card,” she says.

U.S. Department of Defense (D.O.D.) Contractor Corporations Located within the Infowars Office Park

Irish / Jewish Ethnic Domination of White Nationalist / Anti-Zionist / Right Wing / Alternative / Conspiracy Media and Organizations
Virginia Abernethy – Irish
Mike Adams – Irish
Mark Anderson – Irish
Steven Anderson – 1/2 Irish
Ted Anderson – Irish
Louis Andrews – Irish
Andrew Anglin – Irish
Chelsey Anglin – Irish
Greg Anglin – Irish
Devon Arthurs (“Khalid” / “kekman” / “weissewolf”) – Irish – United States Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
Adam Austin – Irish
James Baker (“Jack Boot”) – Irish
Steve Bannon – Irish – United States Navy
Kevin Barrett – Irish
Louis Beam – Irish – United States Army
Art Bell – Irish – United States Navy
Joe Biggs – Irish – United States Army
Robert Bird (“Peter Schaenk” / “Dino Lee”) – Irish
Chloe Black [née Hardin] – Irish – United States Navy father; United States Army former father-in-law
Derek Black – Irish – United States Navy grandfather
Don Black – Irish – United States Navy father-in-law
Kevin Booth – Irish
Tom Bowie – Irish
Andrew Breitbart – Irish
Fredrick Brennan (“Hotwheels” / “copypaste”) – Irish
Peter Brimelow – Irish – United States Marine Corps son
Kyle Bristow – Irish
Jon Browne – Irish
Van Bryant II (“Bulbasaur”) – Irish
Pat Buchanan – 1/2 Irish
Glenn Canady – Irish
Christopher Cantwell – Irish
Matthew Carroll (“Mr. Maci”) – Irish
Quentin Carter – Irish – United States Army
Patrick Casey (“Reinhard Wolff”) – Irish
Michel Chussodovsky – 1/2 Irish
John Clayton (“Jack Blood”) – Irish
Craig Cobb (“Chain”) – Irish
Matt Colligan (“Millennial Matt”) – Irish
Mike Conner – Irish
Casper Crowell – Irish
Ben Daley – Irish
Nathan Damigo [né Lodge] – Irish – United States Marine Corps
Mark Dankof – Irish
David Dauterive – Irish
Joseph Davis – Irish
Kevin DeAnna – Irish
David Dees – Irish – United States Navy brother
Mike Delaney (“Prothink”) – Irish – United States Army father-in-law
Roger Devlin – Irish
John Dew – Irish – United States Federal Bureau of Investigation; United States Navy Special Operations (SEALs)
Rob Dew – Irish – United States Federal Bureau of Investigation uncle; United States Navy Special Operations uncle
Pax Dickinson – Irish
Sam Dickson – Irish
Stanley Diggs (“Fred O’Malley”) – Irish
Andrew Dodson – Irish
Erin Lee Donnelly (“Ayla Stewart” / “Ayla Serenemoon” / “Wife With A Purpose”) – Irish
Chris Dorsey – Irish – United States Department of Defense family
Richard Doty – Irish – United States Air Force
Mark Downey – Irish
Gordon Duff – 1/2 Irish – United States Marine Corps; United States Central Intelligence Agency
David Duke – Irish – United States Central Intelligence Agency (Air America); United States Defense Intelligence Agency; United States Agency for International Development; United States Army Reserve father; United States Agency for International Development contractor father
Freeland Dunscombe (“Truck Roy”) – Irish
Jesse Dunstan (“Jesse Bjorn” / “stillbjorn” / “Seventh Son” / “Sven”) – Irish – United States Army family
Aaron Dykes – Irish
James Edwards – Irish
Ryan Faulk (“Alternative Hypothesis” / “Fringeelements” / “New Europe ANP”) – Irish
Adam Fitzgerald – Irish
John Fitzgerald – Irish
Colin Flaherty – Irish
Luke Ford – Irish
Matt Forney – Irish
Sam Francis – Irish
Rob Freeman (“Andrei Kievsky”) – Irish – United States Army Reserve; United States Central Intelligence Agency contractor employer (Authentica)
Dave Gahary – Irish – United States Marine Corps
John Gardner (“Yggdrasil”) – Irish
Benjamin Garland – Irish
Jim Giles – Irish
Tom Gillen – Irish
Austin Gillespie (“Augustus Sol Invictus”) – Irish
Francis Gilroy, Jr. (“Father Francis”) – Irish
Ken Gividen – Irish
Jim Goad – Irish – United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms ex-wife
Bruce Gorman – Irish – United States Navy
Sean Grady (“Jack Donovan” / “Jack Malebranche”) – Irish
Adam Green (“Know More News” / “Goyim Defense League”) – Irish – United States Department of Defense contractor employer (Viasat); Israel Defense Forces contractor employer (Viasat)
Brad Griffin (“Hunter Wallace” / “Fade the Butcher” / “Feyd Harkonnen” / “Lord Scorpius” / “Prozium” / “Daedalus” / “Scimitar” / “nJEcTiOn”) – Irish
David Ray Griffin – Irish
G. Edward Griffin – Irish
Gregory Griffin – Irish
Nick Griffin – Irish
Matt Hale – Irish
Tony Hall – Irish
Rebecca Hargraves (“Blonde In The Belly Of The Beast”) – Irish – United States military spouse (branch unknown)
Michael Harris (“Ramjet”) – Irish – United States Air Force Intelligence
Simon Harris – Irish
Matt Heimbach – 1/2 Irish
Michael Hill – Irish
David Holloway – Irish
Margaret Howell – Irish
Eric Hunt – Irish – United States Army father
Kyle Hunt – Irish – United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (D.A.R.P.A.) contractor employer (Marine Biological Laboratory); United States Office of Naval Research (O.N.R.) contractor employer (Marine Biological Laboratory); United States Air Force Office of Scientific Research (O.S.R.) contractor employer (Marine Biological Laboratory)
Max Igan – Irish
Vincent James (“Vincent Foxx” / “Vincent O’Connor”) – Irish
Phil Jayhan – Irish
Chuck Johnson – Irish
Greg Johnson – Irish
Philip Johnson (“Incog Man” / “Phillip Marlowe”) – Irish
William Johnson – Irish
Alex Jones – 1/2 Irish – United States Central Intelligence Agency family; United States Army Special Operations family
Art Jones – Irish – United States Army
Kelly Jones [née Nichols] – 1/2 Irish – United States Department of Defense; United States Department of State; United States Information Agency; United States Federal Aviation Administration; United States Department of State father
E. Michael Jones – Irish
Steven Jones – Irish
Joseph Jordan (“Boseph Bordan” / “Eric Striker”) – 1/2 Irish
Andrew Joyce – Irish
Jamie Kelso – Irish
Tim Kennedy – Irish
Sean Kerrigan (“SGTReport”) – Irish
Paul Kersey – Irish
Elliott Kline (“Eli Mosley”) – Irish – United States National Guard Bureau
David Knight – Irish
Kevin Lamb – Irish
David Lane – Irish
Sean Last – Irish
Patrick Little – Irish – United States Marine Corps; United States Marine Corps father; United States Marine Corps Presidential Guard father (Lyndon Johnson – Richard Nixon); United States Navy grandfather (Portsmouth Naval Shipyard)
Wayne Lutton – Irish
Kevin Lynch – Irish
Richard Lynn – Irish
James Mason – Irish – United States Navy father; United States Army mother
Kevin MacDonald – 1/2 Irish
Daniel Mahon – Irish
Dennis Mahon – Irish
Molly Maroney – Irish – United States Central Intelligence Agency contractor employer (Stratfor); United States Department of Defense contractor employer (Stratfor)
Jim Marrs – Irish
Texe Marrs – Irish – United States Air Force
Bob Matthews – Irish
Lee Ann McAdoo – Irish
Darrin McBreen – Irish – United States Army
Greg McCarron – Irish
Sinead McCarthy – Irish – United States Department of Defense contractor father (Sandia National Laboratories); United States Department of Energy contractor father (Sandia National Laboratories); United States Department of Veterans Affairs mother (Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center)
Tara McCarthy [née Hanrahan] – 1/2 Irish
Evan McCarty (“Byron de la Vandal”) – Irish
Field McConnell – Irish – United States Marine Corps
George McDaniel – Irish
Roger McGrath – Irish
Gavin McInnes – Irish – Canadian Armed Forces contractor father (Gallium); United States Department of Defense contractor mother-in-law (Ho-Chunk Tribe)
Evan McLaren (“Craig”) – Irish
Alex McNabb (“Dr. Narcan”) – Irish
Timothy McVeigh – Irish – United States Army Special Operations
Mary McQuade (“Rebekah Roth” / “Sara Folger” / “Monika Gainor” / “Kristina Sorensen” / “Koreann Ashlie-Harris” / “Koreann Ashlie-Nourani”) – Irish – United States Department of Defense contractor sister (Boeing)
Melissa Melton – Irish
Tom Metzger [né Linton] – 1/2 Irish – United States Army
Glenn Miller – Irish – United States Army Special Operations
Merlin Miller – Irish – United States Army
Stefan Molyneux – 1/2 Irish
Joshua Moon – 1/2 Irish
Chris Moore (“sematrix” / “Judeofascism.com” / “Libertarianism Today”) – Irish
H. E. Moore – Irish
Michael Moynihan (“Michael Jenkins”) – Irish
Tim Murdock (“Horus the Avenger”) – Irish
Charles Murray – Irish
Douglas Murray – 1/2 Irish
Larry Nichols – Irish – United States Army Special Operations
Terry Nichols – Irish – United States Army
Matthew North – Irish – United States Army grandfather
Brendon O’Connell (“Zero Cuck”) – Irish – Australian Federal Police father; Australian Defence Force brothers; Australian Army Intelligence Corps associates; Australian Army Special Air Service Regiment associates; Israel Defense Forces associate
James O’Keefe – Irish
Ken O’Keefe – Irish – United States Marine Corps
Revilo Oliver – Irish – United States Army Signal Services
James O’Meara – Irish
Michael O’Meara – Irish
James O’Shaughnessy (“Mister Metokur” / “Jim81Jim” / “Jim” / “Internet Aristocrat”) – Irish
Martin O’Toole – Irish
Doug Owen – Irish
Wade Michael Page – Irish – United States Army Intelligence
Matt Parrott – Irish
Donald Pauly (“trojancowboy”) – Irish – United States Marine Corps
Jordan Peterson – 1/2 Irish
Tom Pierce – Irish – United States Army
William Pierce – Irish
Michael Collins Piper – Irish
Alex Poulos (“Celtic Rebel”) – 1/2 Irish
Paul Ramsey (“RamZPaul”) – Irish
Robert Ray (“Azzmador”) – Irish
Tim Reames – Irish
Mark Reardon (“Illegal Aryan”) – 2/3 Irish
Danielle Reardon – 2/3 Irish
Boyd Rice – Irish
Patrick Riley – Irish
Jason Robb – Irish
Thom Robb – Irish
Scott Roberts – Irish
Joe Rogan – 1/2 Irish
Kyle Rogers – Irish
Lee Rogers – 1/2 Irish – United States Navy
Billy Roper – Irish
Taylor Rose – Irish
Bill Ryan – Irish
Nick Ryan – Irish
Noel Ryan (“Ognir”) – Irish
Clayton Sanford (“Axe In The Deep”) – Irish
Craig Sawyer – Irish
Mark Shouldice (“Mark Dice” / “John Conner”) – Irish – United States Marine Corps
Richard Spencer – 1/2 Irish
Scottie Spencer (“Smoloko”) – Irish
Bill Still – Irish
Lee Stranahan – Irish
Jared Taylor – Irish
Jim Taylor – Irish
Michael Tubbs – Irish – United States Army Special Operations
Hal Turner – Irish – United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
Jez Turner – Irish
Daniel Walker (“Activist-News”) – Irish – Australian Defence Force
Seth Wallace (“Heel Turn” / “Joachim Hoch”) – Irish – United States Army brother
Michael Walsh – Irish
Tarl Warwick (“Styxhexenhammer666” / “Styxhexenhammer6” / “Styxhexenhammer3” / “Styxhexenhammer” / “StyxSEXenhammer” / “CharlieMillesManson” / “Botany101”) – Irish
Jim Watkins (“Xerxes Watkins”) – Irish – United States Army; United States Department of Defense contractor employer mother (Boeing)
Paul Watson – Irish
Steve Watson – Irish
Randy Weaver – Irish
Stew Webb – Irish – United States Marine Corps
Stephen Webster – Irish
John Wells – Irish
William West – Irish
Bob Whitaker – Irish – United States Voice of America
Bill White – Irish
Cole White – Irish
Thomas White (“League of the North”) – Irish
James Wickstrom – Irish
David Wiley – Irish
Joyce Riley – Irish – United States Air Force
Will Williams (“White Will”) – Irish – United States Army Special Operations
Aaron Wilson (“CyborgMan” / “Aaron Wilson PhD” / “Aaron Wilson Radio” / “Alt-Media Radio” / “Alt-Right Radio” / “Alt-Right America Radio” / “Alt-Media Critic” / “Alex Jones Critic” / “G.O.N.O.B. Radio” / “Philippine Ex-Pats Show” / “Crypto Report”) – Irish – United States Army Special Operations
Harold Wilson, Jr. – Irish
Erika Wulff-Jones – 1/4 Irish
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (“Tommy Robinson” / “Andrew McMaster” / “Paul Harris” / “Wayne King”) – Irish
Milo Yiannopoulos [né Hanrahan] – 1/4 Irish
Louis Aliot – 1/4 Jewish
Steven Anderson – 1/4 Jewish
Andrew Auernheimer (“weev”) – 1/2 Jewish
Peter Belau – Jewish
Carl Benjamin (“Sargon of Akkad”) – Jewish
Owen Benjamin – Jewish
Jason Bermas – 1/2 Jewish
Christopher Bjerknes – 1/2 Jewish
Christopher Bollyn – Jewish
Mae Brussell – Jewish
Daniel Burros – Jewish
Michel Chussodovsky – 1/2 Jewish
Francis Cohen (“Frank Collin”) – 1/2 Jewish
David Cole (“David Stein”) – Jewish
James Corbett – Jewish
Kit Daniels – Jewish
Ben Davidson (“Suspicious0bserver”) – Jewish
Eric Dubay – Jewish
Roger Dubay – Jewish
Gordon Duff – 1/4 Jewish – United States Marine Corps
Jonathan Elinoff – Jewish
Halsey English – 1/2 Jewish
Marcus Epstein – 1/2 Jewish
James Fields, Jr. [né Bloom] – Jewish – United States Army
Norman Finkelstein – Jewish
Joshua Flashman – Jewish – United States Marine Corps Special Operations
Jayda Fransen – Jewish
Daniel Friberg – 1/2 Jewish
Ames Friedman – 1/2 Jewish
John Friend – Jewish
Benjamin Fulford – Jewish
William Potter Gale [né Grabifker] – 1/2 Jewish – United States Army
Joel Gilbert – Jewish
Jon Gold – Jewish
Joshua Goldberg (“Michael Slay”) – Jewish
Jordan Gollub – Jewish
Jason Goodman – Jewish
Paul Gottfried – Jewish
Andrew Greenbaum (“Davis Wolfgang Hawke”) – 1/2 Jewish
Sam Harris – Jewish
Kurt Haskell – Jewish – United States Department of Justice
James Milford Heikkila (“Jim Stone”) – 1/2 Jewish – United States Army
Michael Herzog – Jewish
Peter Hitchens – 1/4 Jewish
David Horowitz – Jewish – United States Agency for International Development
William Hovater (“Tony Hovater”) – 1/2 Jewish – United States Army father
Zachary Hubbard (“Gematria Effect News”) – Jewish
Eric Hufschmid – 1/2 Jewish – United States Army father
Sam Hyde – 1/2 Jewish
Daniel Ivandjiiski (“Tyler Durden”) – Jewish – People’s Republic of Bulgaria Committee for State Security father
Rob Jacobson – Jewish
Kelly Jones [née Nichols] – 1/2 Jewish – United States Department of Defense; United States Department of State; United States Information Agency; United States Federal Aviation Administration; United States Department of State father
Michael Kadar – Jewish
Milton Kapner (“Brother Nathanael”) – Jewish
Isaac Kappy – Jewish
Anatoly Karlin – Jewish – Main Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (G.R.U.) contractor
Max Keiser – Jewish
Jason Kessler – 1/2 Jewish
Mark Kessler – Jewish
Larry Klayman – Jewish
Adam Kokesh – Jewish – United States Marine Corps
Aaron Lace (“Black Pigeon Speaks”) – Jewish
Mark Lane [né Levin] – Jewish – United States Army
Claire Lehmann – Jewish
Ezra Levant – Jewish
Joseph Levin, Jr. – Jewish – United States Army
Mark Levin – Jewish
Benjamin Liashenko (“Russianvids”) – Jewish – Main Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (G.R.U.) contractor
Susan Lindauer – Jewish – United States Central Intelligence Agency
Jack Loggenberg – Jewish
Joseph Lokteff – 1/2 Jewish
Lana Lokteff – 1/2 Jewish
Laura Loomer – Jewish
Perry Lorenz – Jewish
Jason Lucas (“Trinity” / “Ghetto Monk”) – Jewish – United States Department of Defense contractor
Nora Maccoby – Jewish
Douglass Mackey (“Ricky_Vaughn99” / “RapinBill”) – Jewish – Republican Party lobbyist father
Henry Makow – Jewish
Mark Mann – Jewish – CSP; gun manufacturing; military training
Eric Margolis – Jewish
Ilana Mercer – Jewish
Peter Joseph Merola – Jewish
Mischaël Modrikamen – Jewish
Stefan Molyneux – 1/2 Jewish
Douglas Murray – 1/2 Jewish
Daniel Nusbaum (“Josh Smith”) – Jewish
Greg Pallast – Jewish
Adam Parfrey – 1/2 Jewish
Michael Peinovich (“Mike Enoch”) – 1/2 Jewish – United States Army grandfather
James Perloff – Jewish
Melanie Phillips – Jewish
Steve Pieczenik – Jewish – United States Navy; United States Central Intelligence Agency
Steven Pinker – Jewish
Tim Pool – Jewish
Christopher Poole (“moot”) – 1/2 Jewish
Jack Posobiec – 1/2 Jewish – United States Naval Intelligence
Dennis Prager – Jewish
Harold Puthoff – Jewish – United States Central Intelligence Agency; United States National Security Agency; United States Department of Defense
David Rachline – Jewish
Jon Rappoport – Jewish
Scott Rhodes [né Platek] – Jewish
Tom Riedel (“Tomcat”) – Jewish
Michael Rivero – Jewish
Jon Ronson – Jewish
Emma Rosenthal – Jewish
Byron Roth – Jewish
Jeremy Rothe-Kushel – Jewish
Jethro Rothe-Kushel – Jewish
Edwin Rubenstein – Jewish
Dave Rubin – Jewish
Luke Rudkowski – 1/2 Jewish
Brian Ruhe – Jewish
Samaria Ruiz [né Salazar] – Jewish
Gad Saad – Jewish
Alan Sabrosky – Jewish – United States Marine Corps; United States Army War College
Steve Sailer – 1/4 Jewish
Robert Scheer – Jewish
Nikolas Schreck (né Barry Dubin) – Jewish
Richard Schwartz – Jewish
David Seaman – Jewish
Alex Shamash – Jewish
Israel Shamir – Jewish
Ben Shapiro – Jewish
Michael Shermer – Jewish
Michael Shrimpton – Jewish
Owen Shroyer – Jewish
Rick Siegel – Jewish
Daniel Sinkevich (“DanielS”) – Jewish
Sherman Skolnick – Jewish
Michael Snyder (“Economic Collapse Blog”) – Jewish
John Stadtmiller – 1/4 Jewish
Robert David Steele – 1/2 Jewish – United States Central Intelligence Agency; United States Marine Corps Intelligence
Vladimir Stepankowsky – Jewish
Nicholas Stix – Jewish
Nathan Stolpman (“Lift the Veil”) – Jewish – professional actor
Joel Stone (“Aryan Empires”) – Jewish
Christina Sommers – Jewish
Nathan Sykes (“Hamish Patton”) – Jewish
Donald Templer – Jewish
Andrew Torba – Jewish
Emanuel Trujillo (“Mana Truhill”) – 1/2 Jewish
Bob Tuskin – Jewish
Ron Unz – Jewish
Henrick Van Der Windt – Jewish
Mark Weber – 1/2 Jewish
Michael Weiner (“Michael Savage”) – Jewish
Bret Weinstein – Jewish
Eric Weinstein – Jewish
Barry Weiss – Jewish
David Weiss – Jewish
Evren Hun Welshons [né Kaplan] (“Cultured-Thug” / “Quest: Eye for Knowledge”) – Jewish
David Wilcock – Jewish
Lucian Wintrich – Jewish
Paul Wittenberger – 1/2 Jewish
Raymond Wolters – Jewish
Erika Wulff-Jones – 3/4 Jewish
Curtis Yarvin (“Mencius Moldbug”) – Jewish
Milo Yiannopoulos – 1/4 Jewish
Anthony Antonello – Italian – United States Army
Davis Aurini – Italian – United States Army
Gordon Baum – Amerindian
Rebecca Baum – Amerindian
Renee Baum – Amerindian
Theodore Beale (“Vox Day”) – 1/2 Amerindian
Regina Belser – German
Veronica Bouchard (“Evalion” / “Elegon”) – French
Nick Bougas (“A. Wyatt Mann”) – Greek
Pat Buchanan – 1/2 German
Richard Butler – Amerindian – United States Army Air Corps
Ekrem Büyükkaya – Kurdish – Turkish Scientific and Technological Research Council; Turkish National Research Institute of Electronics and Cryptology
John Canales (“Mouthy Buddha”) – Spanish
Gerald Celente – Italian
Mike Cernovich – Serbian – United States Army
Maria Hsia Chang (“Dr. Eowyn” / “Fellowship of the Minds”) – Chinese – United States Department of Defense
Verna Chao [né Hamman] – 1/2 Amerindian; 1/2 German – Central Intelligence Agency family; United States Army Special Operations family
Gabriel Sohier-Chaput (“Charles Zeiger”) – French
Ed Chiarini (“Dallas Goldbug”) – Italian – United States Air Force
Dennis Cimino – Italian – United States Navy; United States Department of Defense contractor employer (Raytheon)
Veronica Clark (“Emma Goldman”) – Polish – United States Department of Defense
Richard Comito, Jr. (“Richie From Boston”) – Italian – United States Army
Gregory Conte (“Greg Ritter”) – Italian
Bill Cooper – Amerindian – United States Navy
Felipe Coronel (“Immortal Technique”) – Amerindian / African – United States Army family; United States Navy family; United States Marine Corps family
Jerome Corsi – Italian
Steven Crowder (“Louder with Crowder”) – 1/2 British; 1/2 French
Ryan Dawson – Amerindian
John Derbyshire – British – United States Army Special Operations son
Frank DeSilva – Italian
Nicholas DeVincenzo – Italian – United States Marine Corps father
Dinesh D’Souza – Indian
Phillip du Toit – French
Paul Ebanks (“Paul Ironshore” / “Iconoclast Radio”) – Mulatto
Carolyn Emerick – German
Marcus Epstein – 1/2 Korean
Nigel Farage – British – United Kingdom Ministry of Defence Combined Cadet Force; British Army grandfather
Nick Fuentes (“America First”) – Spanish
Angelo Gage (“False Prophet” / “Johnny Cassino”) – Italian – United States Marine Corps
Robert Faurisson – 1/2 French; 1/2 Scottish
Dennis Fetcho – Italian
James Fetzer – German – United States Marine Corps
William Finck – 1/2 German
Dean Fougere (“Titus Frost”) – French – United States Navy; United States Coast Guard
Marcus Follin (“The Golden One”) – Swedish – Swedish Army
Jean-François Gariépy – French
Nicholas Giampa (“Nick Breedlove”) – Italian
Anthime Gionet (“Baked Alaska”) – French – United States Army Intelligence
Philip Giraldi – Italian
Mark Glenn – Lebanese
Eric Gliebe – German
Paul Golding – British
Jürgen Graff – German
Richard Griffin (“Professor Griff”) – African – United States Army
Wolfgang Halbig – German – United States Air Force; United States Customs Service; Florida State Police
Buckley Hamman – 1/2 Amerindian; 1/2 German – Central Intelligence Agency family; United States Army Special Operations family
Hester Hamman – 1/2 Amerindian; 1/2 German – Central Intelligence Agency family; United States Army Special Operations family
Graham Hancock – British
Ursula Haverbeck – German
Matt Heimbach – 1/2 German
Scott Hess – German
Stan Hess – German
Andrew Hitchcock – British
Michael Hoffman – German
Katie Hopkins – British – British Intelligence Corps; United Kingdom Ministry of Defence
David Icke – British – British Royal Air Force father
Joe Imbriano (“Fullerton Informer”) – Italian
Gerhard Ittner – German
Jim Janos (“Jesse Ventura”) – Czech – United States Navy Special Operations (Underwater Demolition Team)
Daryle Jenkins – African – United States Air Force
Alex Jones – 1/2 German – United States Central Intelligence Agency family; United States Army Special Operations family
Joseph Jordan (“Boseph Bordan” / “Eric Striker”) – 1/2 Puerto Rican
Jason Jorjani – Persian
John Kaminski – Polish
Aaron Kasparov – Russian
Ben Klassen – German – Canadian Armed Forces (Canadian Officer Training Corps)
Oskar Koczorowski – Polish
Matt Koehl – German – United States Marine Corps
Nina Kouprianova (“Nina Byzantina”) – Georgian
Lorenz Kraus – German
August Kreis III – German
Adrian Krieg – German – United States Department of Defense
Peter Kusznir (“Peekay Truth” / “Peekay Boston” / “Peekay22”) – Ukrainian – professional actor
Jan Lamprecht – Dutch – South African Navy
Gary Lauck (“Gerhard Lauck”) – German
Michael Lebron (“Lionel Nation”) – Hispanic
Joel LeFevre – French
William Lind – Swiss – United States Department of Defense
Alex Linder (“Jack Halliday”) – 1/2 Swiss; 1/2 Italian
Martin Lindstedt – Swedish – United States Army
Joseph Lokteff – 1/2 Russian
Lana Lokteff – 1/2 Russian
Brandon Martinez (“Zander C. Fuerza” / “Zion Crime Factory” / “monkeyseemonkeydo” / “checkitb4uwreckit”) – Spanish
Kevin MacDonald – 1/2 German
Horst Mahler – German
Rodney Martin – Amerindian – United States Army Intelligence
John Alan Martinson, Jr. – Mulatto
Carlo Mattogno – Italian
Mike Mazzone – Italian
Melissa Mészáros – Hungarian
Jon Minadeo (“Handsome Truth” / “Shoobie Da Wop”) – Hispanic
Joshua Moon – 1/2 Italian
Alisher Mukhitdinov (“Alexander Slavros” / “Silent”) – Uzbek – Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs father
Dietrich Mullis – Polish – United States Marine Corps
Mark Mullis (“Mark Faust” / “Panzerfaust”) – Polish
David Myatt – British – United Kingdom Ministry of Foreign Affairs father
Andrew Napolitano – Italian
George Noory – Lebanese – United States Navy Reserves
Mark Novosel (“Mishko Novosel”) – Croatian
Henrik Palmgren – Swedish
James Petras – Greek
Willem Petzer – Dutch
Russell Pine (“Jordan Maxwell”) – French
Vasillios Pistolis – Greek – United States Marine Corps
Michael Polignano – Italian
Alex Poulos (“Celtic Rebel”) – 1/2 Greek
Mark Reardon (“Illegal Aryan”) – 1/3 French
Danielle Reardon – 1/3 French
Søren Renner – Danish
Michéle Renouf – French
Jeff Rense – 1/2 Italian – United States Navy father
Rip Rense – 1/2 Italian – United States Navy father
Aryo Emaranizadeh Rezaie (“Joe Blow Conspiracy Show” / “Joseph Blauman”) – Kurdish
Jim Rizoli – Italian
Paul Craig Roberts – Scottish
Colin Robertson (“Millennial Woes”) – Scottish
Simon Roche – Dutch – South African Army Intelligence
George Lincoln Rockwell – 1/4 English; 1/4 Scottish; 1/4 French; 1/4 German – United States Navy
Lee Rogers – 1/2 Italian – United States Navy
Thomas Rousseau – French
Germar Rudolf – German
Utsav Sanduja – Indian
Pete Santilli – Italian – United States Marine Corps
Austin Saucier – French
Devin Saucier (“Henry Wolff”) – French
Alfred Schaefer – German
Monika Schaefer – German
Robert Schlattmann (“Ruthless Rob”) – German
Jeff Schoep – German
Victor Schoff (“Fritz Springmeier”) – German – United States Agency for International Development father
Martin Sellner – German
Joseph Sigur (“Blindlight” / “IamTheNextHitler” / “Jew-wise Missionary”) – Croatian
Lauren Simonsen (“Lauren Southern”) – Danish – Canadian Armed Forces Intelligence Branch
Manjit Singh (“George Singh”) – Indian
Daryl Bradford Setters/Smith – 1/2 Amerindian
Scott David Speidel (“Hadding Scott”) – German
Richard Spencer – 1/2 German
Nick Spero – Italian
Deanna Spingola – Italian
Mike Stathis (“AVA Research”) – Greek
Sylvia Stolz – German
Roger Stone – 1/2 Italian; 1/2 Hungarian
Kevin Strom – Swedish
Tom Sunic – Serbian
John Swinn – British
Taki Theodoracopulos – Greek – United States Central Intelligence Agency father
Michael Titorenko (“Mike Sledge”) – Ukrainian
Fredrick Töben – German
Joe Tomassi – Italian
Emanuel Trujillo (“Mana Truhill”) – 1/2 Amerindian
Brian Uecker (“Pleasureman”) – German
Daryush Valizadeh (“Roosh Vörek” / “Roosh V”) – 1/2 Persian; 1/2 Armenian
Sacco Vandal (né Scott Wurgler – 1/2 German; 1/2 Italian – United States Marine Corps
Vanzetti Vandal (né Matthew Wurgler) – 1/2 German; 1/2 Italian – United States Marine Corps
Varg Vikernes (“ThuleanPerspective”) – Norwegian – Norwegian Armed Forces Intelligence associate
Jeromy Visser – 1/2 Amerindian
Frank Weltner – German
Horst Wessel – German
Tor Westman – Swedish
Carolyn Yeager – German
Milo Yiannopoulos – 1/4 British; 1/4 Greek
Francesco Young (“Sven Longshanks”) – Italian – United Kingdom Ministry of Defence sons
Emily Youcis – 1/2 Italian; 1/2 Polish
Leo Zagami – Italian
Ernst Zündel – German
Ken Adachi
Brandon Adamson
James Allsup
Ryan Andrews
Dana Antiochus
Gustavo Arellano
Dylan Avery – United States Army
Alexander Baker (“Ace Baker”)
Daan Barnard
John Beattie (“Beattie Boy”)
Joshua Beckett (“NatVet”) – United States Army
Paul Begley
J. Belenger
Scott Bennett – United States Army
Frederick Blackburn (“Blackbird9”) – United States National Security Agency contractor; United States Department of Defense contractor
Michael Blevins (“Vonbluvens”)
Benjamin Bogard
Robert Boman
Robert Bonomo
James Bowery
Matthew Branstetter
Brian Brathovd (“Caerulus Rex”) – United States National Guard Bureau
Juan Cadavid (“Johnny Benitez”)
Cailen Cambeul
Ronny Cameron
Lee Camp (“Redacted Tonight”) – United States Army father
Vanessa Carlisle (“Vera Winterose” / “Based South African Girl”)
Randall Carlson
Tucker Carlson
Kyle Chapman (“Alt-Knight” / “Based Stickman”)
Dion Clark (“Dion Wehrwolf” / “Radio Wehrwolf”) – United States Department of Defense contractor employer (Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison)
Alexander Cockburn
Patrick Cockburn
Kaleb Cole (“Khimaere”)
Mark Collett
Jim Condit
Marc Cornah
Joe Cortina
Ann Coulter – United States Federal Bureau of Investigation father
Harold Covington
Scott Creighton (“American Everyman”)
Spencer Currie
Adam Curry – United States Central Intelligence Agency family
Peter Cvjetanovic
Ole Dammegard
Dan Dare
Grayson Denton (“Nazgul”)
John Denton (“Rape”)
John de Nugent – United States Marine Corps; United States Marine Corps father
Randolph Dilloway (“SmokyMtn”)
Linh Dinh
Ron Doggett
Matthew Drake (“Matthias Drake”)
Jay Dyer
Andrew Dymock (“Blitzy the Vampyr”)
Aaron Eason
Cody Elkin (“Gray”)
Tom Engelhardt
Joe Esposito
David Feiner
Sean Fernandez (“Wehrwolf”)
Ed Fields
Eamonn Fingleton
Paul Fromm
Peter Frost
Norman Garrison III (“Trey Garrison” / “Spectre”)
Chris Geo
Joey Gibson
Thomas Gipson (“h4rdm0us” / “Hardmaus” / “DJ Hardmous” / “johngonzo88” / “Korendians”)
Jeff Giesea
Thomas Goodrich
Rosalee Grable (“Webfairy”)
Ted Gunderson – United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
Doug Hagmann – United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
Joe Hagmann
Andrew Hamilton
Keith Hansen (“Vyzygoth”) – United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
Simon Harris
Peter Hartung
Barbara Hartwell
Elena Haskins
Nico Haupt
Peter Helland
Edward Hendrie – United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
Jeff Hill
Dave Hodges
Gerard Holmgren
Dillon Hopper (“Dillon Irizarry”) – United States Marine Corps
Daniel Hopsicker
Richard Houck (“HeyWildRich”)
Jared Howe
Jillian Hoy
Michael Hubsky (“Komissar”)
Michael Hudson
Simon Hytten (“Simon Shack”)
Eli James
Tom Kawczynski
Ian Jobling
Sean Jobst
Dave Johnson – United States Navy
Keith Johnson – police officer; polygraph examiner
Matthew Raphael Johnson
Dimitri Khalezov
Razib Khan
Mike King
Charlie Kirk – United States Military Academy applicant
Dan Kleve
Mark Koernke – United States Army Intelligence
Max Konrardy (“hoi.polloi”)
Thomas Kues
Charles Krafft
Alex Kurtagić
W. Patrick Lang
Tyler Laube
Vincent Law
James Lawrence
John Lear
Jefferson Lee
Julian Lee
Peter Lee
Clyde Lewis
Colin Liddell
Chad Lilly – United States military (branch unknown)
Graham Lister
Blake Luccasson (“Blake Lucca”)
Gregory Malchuk
Jodi Mann (“Conspiracy Granny”)
Jimmy Marr
Chuck Maultsby
Wade Mendisabal
H. Millard
Michael Miselis
John Morgan
Jake Morphonios (“The Viking Whisperer – ASMR”) – United States military (branch unknown)
Robert Morris – Canadian Armed Forces
Eustace Mullins – United States Army Air Corps
Josh Neal (“No Apologies”)
Paul Nehlen – Operation Homefront Advisory Board Member Midwest Region; United States Department of Defense contractor employers (SPX Corporation; Dover Corporation; ManufactuRx; Deltech Engineering / United Dominion Industries)
Francis Nelly (“Pilleater”)
Andy Nowicki
Stefan Nowicki
Matt Nuenke
Mark Nuttycombe (“Mark Odvabeest” / “Tyrant Fashister” / “AryanTroll” / “Morrakiu”)
Zan Overall
K.J. Ozborne (“TheScariestMovieEver”) – United States military (branch unknown)
Ron Paul – United States Air Force
Jesse Peterson – African
Brittany Pettibone
Carlos Porter
Allan Powell – Australian Defence Force
Mike Powers – United States Navy
John Press
Keith Preston
Steve Quayle
Ethan Ralph (“The Ralph Retort”)
Robert Ransdell
Mark Rathbun (“Musonius Rufus”)
Fred Reed
Morgan Reynolds
Bill Rhyes (“Discriminator” / “Might Is Right Network”)
Corey Rowe
Robert Rundo
Brandon Russell (“Odin”) – United States National Guard Bureau
David Shayler
David Sims
Joel Skousen
Sofia Smallstorm – United States military family (branches unknown); United States Department of Defense contractor employer (Carnicom Institute)
Dino Spumon (“Goy Talk USA”)
Robert Stark
Edgar Steele
Marcel Stein (“Zeljko Stajnovic”)
Fred Streed
Peter Sturm
Caleb Sutter / Joshua Sutter (“Swissdiscipline”)
David Sweigert (“Dave Acton”)
George Sweigert (“George Webb”)
James Thompson
Arthur Topham
Shasta Topham – Jewish
Cesar Torte
James Tracy
Robert Ussery (“Side Thorn” / “SideThorn2020”) – United States Marine Corps – professional actor
Douglas Vogt
Paul Waggener
Shaun Walker
Cooper Ward (“Ghoul”)
Mike Whitney
Dane Wigington – United States Department of Defense contractor employer (Bechtel)
Daniel Will-Harris
Judy Wood
Samuel Woodward (“Arn” / “Sabetour”)
Alex Zeka

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